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x-post /r/learnpythong-A year and half of python and i finally have something to show.(long story included)
Long time lurker here and thought i would share my python learning story i am a network administrator and i do love my job nothing excites me like designing and deploying a complex network and see it up and running. However one of the things that annoyed me in my job was having to do repetitive mundane tasks that even though necessary are just mind numbing and boring which is why i was always on the lookout for ways to automate those boring tasks.
At first i discovered VBscript which helped a lot (especially if you use secureCRT ) but i wanted more so i started learning Visual C++ i knew how to write code in C++ when i was in school so that seemed like the next natural step, however i was disappointed while Visual C++ is a great language if you want to become a fulltime windows developer it's just too much for someone who wants to make his day to day work easier with a few lines of code.
Then a year and a half ago i was having a chat with a buddy of mine discussing programming languages and i told him i am still looking for that perfect language that has a clear easy syntax, perfect for scripting, and can be used to build a fully functional application if needed and he suggested i look into python and that ladies and gentlemen was the start of my trip down the rabbit hole. I had heard of python before since python is used in networking specifically in SDNs so i did some research on good resources for learning python programming and found an awesome book called "Python crash course" by Eric Matthes that book started out by teaching you the basics of python in a clear and simple way. Then at the end of the book there are 3 python projects involving pygame, matplotlib, pygal, and django web framework i also learned how to use git for version control, i loved every part of it and wanted more.
I started writing tiny python scripts to automate parts of my job, a script to collect data from different network equipment for audit purposes, a script that would run a few commands here and there, a script that would inject a ridiculous amount of packets for the purpose of throughput and performance testing i was having a lot of fun. But i wanted more i really liked concept of developing web apps using django after all everything nowadays is online and in the cloud. So i went back to django and built my first web app that site was a simple site that i used at work to store notes and any useful knowledge but it also ran the tiny python scripts i had made and showed the results in a nice pretty web page in my browser. One of the problems i faced when deploying django was that windows IIS is lousy and a pain in the butt to run web apps, so this only meant it was time to go deeper down the rabbit hole and learn about linux, gunicorn, nginx. For days and weeks tears of frustration flowed and endless cursing and head banging trying to setup my first linux webserver to run my django apps but finally i figured everything out.
Well i am glad to say after a year and six months i present to you thelazyit.com
tell me what you think ?
TL;DR- A year and half ago i had no idea how to code in python now i have an entire website written in python.
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