[BangPypers] Instead of LAMP can we use django ?
kapoor.vaidik at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 06:12:34 CET 2012
On 28 November 2012 10:26, Mandar Vaze / मंदार वझे <mandarvaze at gmail.com>wrote:
> > (Linux,Apache,Mysql,Php).One Company is going to develop a websites like
> > (Monster,Shaadi.com,ebay) they are looking to develop these type of
> > websites in a couple of hours and setting deadline shortly.I heard from
I think it does not really depend on which framework you are using for
developing websites. It depends on how good you are with it. I don't know
about how Google does it but they extensively use Python. So its safe to
assume that they have some of the worlds most talented Python programmers.
Also if I had to do something like this, I would first invest time in
building a boilerplate project that I can use anytime I want to when I have
to start a new project and finish it quickly. Having a boilerplate project
may save you time depending upon your projects and the level of details you
want to include in your boilerplate project (generic or very specific).
> I'm not sure these kind of sites can be built in "couple of hours" using
> ANY framework - python or otherwise.
> I would like to see comments from other pythonista
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