Asynchronous Tasks with Celery & Django

10th June 2016

What’s Celery?   It is an asynchronous job queue used to run tasks in the background based on distributed message passing written in python. It allows you to run time-consuming Python functions in the background. In other words it lets you do the heavy lifting later or at a specific time. Celery uses “brokers” to […]

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Firebase + Parse


26th April 2016

Writing a realtime chat support using Python, Firebase and Parse Want to write a backend support for a realtime chat application ? Learn how to do it using Python, Firebase and Parse Today we have a lot of different chatting apps, especially on mobile phones. So, if you’re planning to write a chat application on […]

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Understanding Python Decorators: Static, Class, Abstract

25th January 2016

The first thing that we have to ask ourselves is: What is a Python decorator? Well, in a formal way “A decorator is the name used for a software design pattern. Decorators dynamically alter the functionality of a function, method, or class without having to directly use subclasses or change the source code of the […]

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The FYT Project

Martin Riva

30th November 2015

“Find Your Trainer” is a New York startup company, focused simply on making people’s life easier by providing them with an easy and online booking service for Personal Trainers. They are growing to be one of the best online platforms to book a Personal Trainer in New York, Phili, Chicago & Atlanta.     The […]

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Hello world!


30th October 2015

At last! Devsar’s blog just landed. So, what can you expect to find here? Well, the idea is to start posting tech content written by top-notch specialists at Devsar. We love everything related to open source and especially to share knowledge with the community. In this blog you’ll find posts related to what we do […]

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