Python 2 will lose support on January 1, 2020. The time is nigh to upgrade to Python 3.
But is there a way to do it without disrupting your application development and operation?
This guide will show you how to upgrade to Python 3 quickly, easily, and cost-effectively.
We’ll assume you already have the latest Python 2.7 and are targeting Python 3.6 or newer.
Anything lower than Python 3.5 would be ill-advised, since it is already the oldest version still being supported and its end-of-life is scheduled for September 13, 2020.
If you’re thinking of hosting a website, you typically have two options:
buy a virtual server and manage it yourself,
use the services of a hosting company.
The latter solution is one of the simplest and most popular when it comes to setting up websites, since it makes them easy to manage and cheap to maintain.
Using a hosting company usually comes down to getting access to an FTP server or panel, where you can upload the files necessary for your site to work. The rest is handled by your hosting service provider.
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As we scoured the web for problems we could help you solve, we came across a number of questions centered around UX design.
Lucky for you, we have a very capable Product Design team on hand at STX Next, with Wiktor Pawlik at the helm.
Wiktor is always happy to share his knowledge with anyone who asks, so we sat down with him for a little Q&A session. The result is this post.
Read on for a general introduction to UX design from Wiktor’s point of view.
It’s been almost two weeks since Tech Power Summit 2019, but the memories are still fresh in my mind.
This edition of our annual conference was different for a few reasons. The speakers not only presented unique knowledge, but also demonstrated it in unforgettable ways. They put their hearts into their presentations and it really showed.
And I’ll admit that by the end of the day, I experienced exciting and emotional moments I really wasn’t expecting.
Let me tell you about my top 5 memories from Tech Power Summit 2019, and you’ll see what I mean.
For the second year in a row, STX Next has ranked as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies on the Financial Times 1000.
But ours is just one spot on the ranking among many others who have chosen Python as their programming language of choice to build rapidly scaling businesses.
Here are just a few of our favorite Python-powered companies among the FT1000 in 2019.
React Native is a trending technology, consistently growing in popularity.
However, more and more competitors are joining the mobile development race to steal some of React Native’s spotlight.
One such competitor that has been rising to prominence lately is Flutter.
With that in mind, we decided to use our expertise in both of these technologies and write a follow-up to the comparison of React Native and Ionic we published a while back.
Read on to learn how React Native compares to Flutter, what the pros and cons of each are, and which is better for your mobile app.