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Our labs are intended for everyone who wishes to learn more about the Python programming language. Folks of all skill levels are welcome!
The goal of this lab is to introduce Flask as a microservices framework and learn how to write a simple web application. Other topics around the web like HTTP will be covered in the presentation.
(Please bring a laptop!)
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