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Lewis Turner10,930 Points
Connecting front end to back end
I have almost finished the Frond End Development track and I think I have decided on Python to be my back end language of choice. I have had a look through the Lear Python track and it doesn't appear as though it covers how to use python to do the actual back end scripting (calling it from the front end, having it accept arguments that are passed by the front end etc...).
Am I just not looking properly?
Nathan WilliamsPython Web Development Techdegree Student 6,851 Points
Once you finish the Learn Python track, you'd want to dig into either the Flask or Django content. Learn Python is focused more on getting comfortable with the language to make sure you're ready for doing more advanced things like using it as a web backend :). Great choice, btw, Python rocks!