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Virtualenv, Flask, Vagrant, etc.


Large organizations have traditionally used languages such as C ++, .NET and Java development for enterprise applications. "Scripting" languages like Python were considered risky. Not sufficiently robust with the lack of the tools around them (framework). Times have, however, changed and the Python language has become surrounded by the huge open source community that takes care of the maintenance of the ecosystem. We see increasing use of dynamic languages for web applications development. But what is meant by productive enterprise or web application? These applications should meet several requirements. Scalability, zero down time deployments, short release cycles and many other properties


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