"Livecoding a RESTful API Server"
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Some of the most critical real-world skills for developing software are never covered in any book. And for good reason: the most important details can be so subtle, you can't really understand them unless you are watching them being demonstrated, with live coding, right in front of your eyes.

That's why I made Live-coding a RESTful API Server in Python, a truly extensive video set. With over 3.5 hours of video, there is quite literally nothing like it:

Since so much is covered in the full video set, you won't be able to digest it all in one sitting; the total running time is over three and a half hours. So I have broken up and organized the entire application development process into ten manageable segments, which you can watch at your own pace. You'll want to watch and re-watch each segment multiple times to fully digest all the lessons demonstrated.

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Livecoding Videos: Building a
RESTful API Server


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Full Livecoding Video Contents

1. The Game Plan
2. Development Set-up
3. The First Endpoint
4. Creating & Fetching A Task
5. Batches of Tasks
6. Application Structure: Refactoring & Organizing
7. Using the Database
8. Fleshing out the API
9. A Tiny Huge Detail

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