By Zeashan Pappa | August 19, 2019
Your website performance is critical for success. Poor page load times and responsiveness can lead to lost sales, lost ranking on search engines like Google, frustrated customers, and more. Even beyond that, inefficient code can increase infrastructure costs and potentially even affect the ability of your business to scale. We’ll discuss how to run high(er) performance Python for web applications using the popular Django framework. We’ll cover some of the common problems and patterns so you know what to look for. We will also highlight the value of using Python performance profiling tools to help you see what potential improvement areas you might have.