Software Engineering · Python

Strong Python dev shops

Anshuman Sharma Tech Entrepreneur

December 11th, 2013

I am looking for dev shops that specialize in Python development and am open to looking ex-US as well. I have had the opportunity to work with quite a number of python devs. It is important to find seasoned developers that have developed "enterprise grade" python middleware rather than the one-off Django projects.

Thanks for the help!

Luciano Ferrari Co-Founder en Octobot y Trea

October 16th, 2015

In Octobot (Django, Angular.js and iOS Software Developers) we're highly specialized in building Python-Django backends and APIs, in combination with Angular.js web apps and iOS mobile apps.

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December 11th, 2013

How big a project / budget are you thinking about? --Please excuse brevity, sent from phone.--

Anshuman Sharma Tech Entrepreneur

December 11th, 2013

Ian - I am doing some data gathering/range finding. In an ideal environment, looking for long-term engagement with a dev-shop which would amount to multiple serial, parallel development streams. If you have recommendation on seasoned dev-shops (sign of season python devs, have been doing python longer than 5/6 years, or about the time it became fashionable) would appreciate the intro.

Chris Cinelli

December 11th, 2013

What is the goal here?

If you are looking for outsourcing, you usually look for shops that are able to deliver high quality results. So is the language really important?
If you have 3 shops that delivers the same level of quality at the same cost on 3 different languages then choosing the language may be the next thing.
In my experience finding ONE shop that deliver great results without braking the bank is already a big challenge.

Unless you have a local team that is an expert in Python that can take over why do you want a Python shop?
And even if you have a local team, would not be better, to have them develop the product since the beginning that going later through the pain of the transition? 

I am not advocating that Pyhon is not the best option, just that you may not want to focus on the language in your search.


Anshuman Sharma Tech Entrepreneur

December 11th, 2013

The goal is to take what has been developed initially as a good base (in Python) and run from there - that establishes the need for the language constraint. Plus the 

Of course, if I was starting from scratch then I wouldnt have this constraint.

Sarthak Dudhara Software Engineer, Problem Solver, Simplifier

December 12th, 2013

Hi Anshuman,

I can make an intro with a friend of mine who owns a company that has been doing Python for 2+ years now. They are based in Pune and I have some good experiences working with him for developing  Saas enterprise product. Please connect with me on


Ernesto Paolo Co-Founder, COO at Tryolabs

May 14th, 2015

Take a look at our track record and success cases here (, we have been building Python applications for more than five years now so I'm sure we can be a good fit.