Custom Python Development
At its heart, Izeni is a Python shop, specialized in a wide variety of Pythonic tools for fast, efficient, clean custom programming. We use Django for custom web development, Twisted for network services on client/server products, PySide and PyQt for rich desktop applications, and a host of other python-related technologies for just about every other need that comes up. Using Python, we’ve done everything from automated image-processing to creating printer-specific control codes.
Meeting Customer Needs
Sample Python projects include:
- Numerous dynamic websites
- Telephony servers
- Callcenter clients
- Order processing applications
- Automated report emailers
- Web scrapers
- PDF generators
- Automated barcode printing
- Dynamic SVG creation
- HTTP/REST-based APIs
and various other custom applications
Whatever your custom programming needs, Python has the tools and Izeni has the know-how to get it done.
Need a Programming Consultant?
Do you have a product or product idea that needs custom programming? Call us today at (801) 822-9550 or Contact Us so we can discuss how Izeni can accommodate your programming needs.
Python is an Open Source programming language which focuses on clarity and functionality. As a high-level, multi-paradigm language, Python works across platforms — including Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS and others. Python can be embedded as a scripting language to automate applications written in other languages. It’s also one of only two languages currently available for Google’s App Engine.
Some of Python’s many uses include web development, database access, desktop GUIs, scientific and math-intensive computing, and network programming. As a language, it’s well-suited for a wide variety of applications. Python has twice been named TIOBE Programming Language of the Year — in 2007 and 2010 — recognizing its utility, power and rise in popularity.
Just For Fun
Named in honor of British comedy troupe Monty Python, the versatile Python programming language also has its fun side, often using Monte Python references for metasyntactic variables.
In February 2011, Izeni threw a big party for local pythonistas to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Python’s public release. The party featured a ton of food — including a three-tiered, Python-themed cake, and the obligatory spam and eggs — a live python, and plenty of good geek talk. We even invited Python’s creator, Guido van Russum. (He was unable to attend.)