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How to Find and Hire a Python_Django Development Company
How to Find and Hire
Where to start:
“You should define your business goals and
requirements not only in terms of project
deliverables but also in terms of features,
deadlines, and costs.
Another important step is to choose an
We’ve analyzed the top outsourcing destinations and here’s what we found:
DC AND ...
LONDON AND ...
India < $25-50 9.5 hours 4.5 hours moderate
Ukraine $25-50 7 hours 2 hours moderate
Poland $25-100 6 hours 1 hour high
Argentina $25-50 1 hour 4 hours high
Philippines $50-100 12 hours 7 hours high
Brazil $25-100 1 hour 4 hours low
“Another crucial thing is cultural differences.
They have a huge impact on communication,
interactions, understanding, interpretation,
comfort, and productivity.
Sometimes, cultural differences can be the biggest
barrier to successful collaboration.
There are two culture aspects: low-context and high-context
LOW-CONTEXT CULTURES: UK,
US, CANADA, DENMARK
UKRAINE, CHINA, JAPAN,
FRANCE, SPAIN, ITALY
Decision-making Logical Intuitive
Work ethic Task-oriented Relationship-oriented
Time and deadlines Important Less important
Relationships Short-term relationships Long-term relationships
View of change Quick to change Slow to change
Communication Explicit, specific, detailed Implicit, less direct
Where to find a Python
On these marketplaces, you can find profiles of Python outsourcing
development companies and their projects alongside reviews and
ratings from current and former clients.
Research and review platforms:
● GitHub Jobs
● Remote Python
● Stack Overflow
● People Per Hour
Look at the Python and
Django-based projects in
Most companies offer case studies, a portfolio or projects page to
showcase their hands-on experience.
“It takes an interview session or two to decide
whether or not to hire a Python development
You should meet the team that’s going to work on
your project during an interview, either by video or
A list of possible Python & Django framework interview questions (part 1):
● What is the Python Standard Library? What are some of the useful Standard Library modules?
● What styles of inheritance does Python have?
● What is RMO?
● How does Django work?
● Explain the MVC pattern in Django. What’s peculiar about the MVC model in Django?
● What key features are available in Django?
● How are requests and responses processed in Django?
● What are Django middlewares and when should you use them?
● What databases does Django support?
● How do you set up a database in Django?
A list of possible Python & Django framework interview questions (part 2):
● What’s the Django ORM?
● What ways of optimizing database queries using the Django ORM do you know?
● How do you customize features of the admin interface?
● What are Django-admin.py and manage.py? What’s the difference between them?
● How do you set up static files in Django?
● What styles of inheritance are there in Django?
● What caching techniques can you use to improve Django performance?
● What command line is used to load data into Django?
● What is the session framework used for?
● What are Django signals? What are their key components?
Another important thing is the company’s technology stack
Python companies are generally multifunctional because of the programming language they use. Python
allows developers to build and maintain scalable systems.
Companies with good expertise will offer a wide range of technology stacks or will specialize in specific areas.
This expertise should include the best Python frameworks. Developers should know how to work with
libraries, extensions, and APIs. When you first get in touch with a Python development company, ask what
technology stack they typically use.
Every programming language has its standards. You should also inquire as to whether companies keep to
those standards. Common standards for Python are described in the official Python Guidelines.
There are three popular pricing models companies work with: fixed price, time and materials, and
milestone. Your estimate may vary depending on the pricing model you choose.
Experienced developers can estimate the number of hours necessary to implement all features.
However, to make this possible your team must have a requirements document that lists features. If
you don’t have this document, you can ask a third party to write it for you. You can also ask the
company you’re hiring to write project requirements for you. Mind that this service will likely also be
Remember that testing should also be included in your quote, as it’s an integral part of the software
How to differentiate
between a good and bad
A good Python development team:
● follows best practices and guidelines
● understands object-oriented programming
● knows how Python libraries work
● can solve Python-focused software
● has good knowledge of web development
● has a transparent workflow
● knows what teamwork is
● has meetings to discuss project
● reports regularly on work completed;
● signs a contract with you
● will provide code samples if asked to
prove their capabilities
● sets up interviews with team leads
● is willing to complete a test task if
one is given
dos and don’ts
● Navigate the сompany’s website to get a feel for what they do and who they work with.
● Read the company blog to find out more about their expertise and aspirations.
● Check how active the company is on social networks like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
to get an idea of the brand and its identity.
● Read client reviews and look at ratings on freelance marketplace platforms to know what clients say
about the Python/Django team you’re interested in.
● Write an email to see how the company responds.
● Schedule a call or a meeting to see if they’re open for discussion.
● Check if the company has a Dribbble or Behance account to learn about their UI/UX capabilities.
● Hear what the company has to say about your project to see if they’re excited to work with you.
● Don’t hire a development team based on price alone because cheap doesn’t always mean high quality.
● Don’t always trust claims that a team can use any technology and has experience in everything because
developers can’t embrace all technologies at once.
● Don’t hire software development company that’s hesitant to jump on a voice or video call because it
may mean they aren’t interested in working with you.
● Don’t hire a Django development company that just wants to get the job done and doesn’t care about
your goals and the future of the product.
Choosing the right Python
software company for your