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Python - Diagrams - Drawing architecture with Python Code

Python - Diagrams - Drawing architecture with Python Code

Diagrams let you draw the cloud system architecture in Python code. It was born for prototyping a new system architecture design

What you'll learn

  • python
  • drawing
  • architecture
  • programming



This course teaches you a pretty new aspect of programming and python. It teaches you how you can draw cloud or on premise architecture with python code. In short the python script will generate you an image representing cloud architecture as per your definition in the script.

The output can take many formats and the drawing module of python is pretty versatile and allows you to define flexible architectures that you can dynamically update. From the installation and environment setup to the basic building blocks we will go through everything that you need to know in order to use this module as efficiently as possible to make sure you draw the best possible architecture images you can.

The course has a supporting github repository which helps you follow along the videos and there are many usefull tips and comments throughout the videos that ensure your smooth learning experience. There is very little experience that you need to have in order to take this course. Only some basic python is needed from programming side. The examples are done on a fedora 32 virtual machine which is running in VMWare Workstation 15, but you should be able to follow along on your windows machine aswell or some linux virtual machine that has python installed. Make sure you are using at least python 3.7 and you have the graphviz installed.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginer Python Programmers

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