Transactional web sites with lots of moving parts including microservices, diverse storage requirements, analytics, real-time bidding and automated buying systems.
Geospatial computation with Pandas for analysing commercial data.
General Python standards and how to apply good practices to get better, more maintainable code.
Better protocols for web frameworks.
Web site accessibility according to WCAG 2.1
Some articles I've authored:
This is a set of guidelines to make Python code more readable, easier to maintain and easier to reuse.
This is an opinionated view of how logging should be done for Python applications.
Djaq - pronounced "Jack" - provides an instant remote API to your Django models data with a powerful query language. No server-side code beyond two lines of config is required. You don't write backend classes, serializers or any other code to be able to immediately get whatever data you want to the client. And it is blazing fast.
Some good practices for Django settings for medium to larger projects.
The REST pattern for writing APIs has a lot of traction and is the basis for many public APIs. It does, however, have some serious problems. This article proposes some changes to the principles underlying REST to make it a better convention.