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Python 101 - How to Work with a Database Using sqlite3

September 30, 2021 by Mike
Software developers have to work with data. More often than not, the data that you work with will need to be available to multiple developers as well as multiple users at once. The typical solution for this type of situation is to use a database. Databases hold data in a tabular format, which means that […]

Python: A Simple Step-by-Step SQLite Tutorial

July 18, 2012 by Mike
SQLite is a self-contained, server-less, config-free transactional SQL database engine. Python gained the sqlite3 module all the way back in version 2.5 which means that you can create SQLite database with any current Python without downloading any additional dependencies. Mozilla uses SQLite databases for its popular Firefox browser to store bookmarks and other various pieces […]

A Simple SqlAlchemy 0.7 / 0.8 Tutorial

July 1, 2012 by Mike
A couple years ago I wrote a rather flawed tutorial about SQLAlchemy. I decided it was about time for me to re-do that tutorial from scratch and hopefully do a better job of it this time around. Since I'm a music nut, we'll be creating a simple database to store album information. A database isn't […]

SqlAlchemy: Connecting to pre-existing databases

September 10, 2010 by Mike
Accessing databases with Python is a simple process. Python even provides a sqlite database library that's built into the main distribution (since 2.5). My favorite way to access databases with Python is to use the 3rd party package, SqlAlchemy. SqlAlchemy is an object-relational mapper (ORM), which means that it takes SQL constructs and makes them […]
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