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Python is one of the most popular computer programming languages these days. Open-source, versatile, powerful, and easy to learn, Python can be used for a variety of tasks. This includes AI and machine learning, data visualization, game development, finance, web development, and more.

Due to how flexible and accessible Python is, many have taken it upon themselves to learn this programming language. As such, there are many Python developers looking for jobs on the web. This makes hiring developers for Python projects quite difficult — with so many Python developers on the market, it can be hard to discern which Python developers are the best for your project.

Read on to learn about the crucial steps you should take for finding the best Python software developers. By the end of this article, you’ll also learn how to hire Python developers through Revelo, Latin America’s largest tech talent platform.

What is Python Used For?

Python is suited for a lot of tasks. Because it’s a general-purpose language, it can be used to create and build different programs and solutions. Typically, though, Python is used for web development and machine learning tasks.

Web development

Python is often used to develop the back end of a website — the part of the website that users don’t see. Web developers usually use it in conjunction with a front-end language, like Javascript, to construct the website.

Python can be utilized to do the following tasks for the website:

  • Process data
  • Route URLs
  • Send data to and from servers
  • Ensure and boost security
  • Create games

Machine learning, AI, and deep learning

Python is a premier choice for data analysts and coders working in this area because it offers readable and concise code. Unlike many other languages, Python can be readily understood by humans, which results in less frustration, better communication, and higher productivity.

Since Python also comes with extensive libraries full of pre-written code that developers can use for machine learning, AI, and deep learning projects, it’s also often used for these tasks. In these libraries, one finds:

  • PyTorch for machine learning, computer vision, and natural language processing
  • Keras, Scikit-learn, and TensorFlow for machine learning
  • NumPy for high-performance data analysis and scientific computing

Advantages of Using Python

Easy to learn

Python is a straightforward programming language. Unlike a lot of other languages, it’s understandable by humans. Since it uses simple syntax that’s similar to English, you don’t need to spend a lot of time understanding or fixing its syntax before running it.

Speed and productivity

It’s also highly productive. Compared to C/C++ and Java, you require fewer lines to perform the same tasks. In other words, you don’t have to write as much code if you’re coding in Python. This will give you more time and energy to get more things done.

Standard library

Python has an extensive standard library that gives you access to powerful modules straight out of the box. These include:

  • File and directory access, including built-in modules written in C that give you access to file I/O and other system functionalities that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to access
  • Modules in Python that provide standard solutions for problems that you may come across while programming
  • Data types, such as calendar-related functions, IANA time zone support, heap queue algorithm, data pretty printer, and support for enumerations
  • Numeric and mathematical modules, such as decimal arithmetic, rational numbers, statistics functions, and pseudo-random numbers
  • Structured markup processing tools, such as support for SAX2 parsers, SAX utilities, fast XML parsing with Expat, simple HTML and XHTML parser, and HyperText Markup Language support
  • Debugging and profiling, such as Dump the Python traceback and the Python Debugger
  • Unix specific services, such as the most common POSIX system calls, the shadow password database, and terminal control functions

Third-party modules

If Python’s standard library doesn’t have what you need for your project, you can install its huge pool of third-party modules. These modules form an ecosystem of their own and can be imported just like the standard library modules after they’ve been installed.

Here are some popular third-party libraries for Python:

  • Numpy: for scientific computing
  • Pandas: for data analysis and manipulation
  • Jinjia2: a web template engine
  • Cryptography: cryptographic primitives and recipes for developers
  • Pylint: source-code, bug, and quality checker
  • Pymongo: tools for working with MongoDB (a database program) through Python

Open-source & community

Python is completely free to use and distribute, which means anyone can download its code, modify it, and distribute the modified version through the internet. As such, it has a large, friendly community where people build upon each other’s work in a collaborative manner. There are also many user-created video and text tutorials, courses, and modules that you can learn from.

Python Tools and Frameworks

Python also has many tools and frameworks that can help developers execute apps and other tasks effectively and efficiently.

Here are some of the best that developers and companies should use to enhance business agility.


Django is an open-source and free Python framework that enables developers to:

  • Write complex Code
  • Develop website apps
  • Develop APIs

Secure and lightning-fast, Django will empower your developers to create high-quality apps as quickly as possible. Like Python itself, Django comes with a vast assortment of libraries that come with pre-written code. This will help developers reuse and modify components, meaning they’ll spend less time writing repetitive code.

Django also has the following stand-out features:

  • Takes care of numerous web development tasks for you, such as RSS feeds, user authentication, and more
  • Possesses a built-in ORM system that enables developers to perform common debugging tasks and access any database
  • Boasts a powerful and easy-to-understand URL system
  • Helps developers define patterns for the URLs in apps
  • Has an automatic admin interface that enables the functionality of adding, editing, and deleting things


Minimalistic and intuitive, Pyramid makes it easy for developers to write web applications. It works in all versions of Python, and the guidance it offers makes it a great fit for experienced Python developers. As a finishing-focused framework, it encourages developers to start “small” but scale up as the application grows.

This helps developers to start quickly and finish “big” on time. It also helps developers to keep their applications finished, since Pyramid is future-proof and has a deep commitment to bug fixing and API stability.

You may want to get Django instead of Pyramid, however, if your developers are looking for a framework that distinguishes an app from a project and doesn’t assume that every project is a single app. Unlike Django, Pyramid expects a project to be a single application with different models or views.

Pyramid has the following competitive features:

  • Comprehensive data documentation, support, and testing
  • Function decorators
  • Asset specifications
  • Renderers
  • Events and subscribers
  • Predicates


Flask is one of the most minimalistic frameworks for Python out there. This means that even developers with limited experience can start building applications using Flask.

Light and flexible, Flask also comes with:

  • Great documentation and easy-to-use API
  • HTTP request and RESTful handling
  • Fast debugger and built-in development server
  • Flexible and easy configurations
  • Two main dependencies, Jinja2 and Werkzeug, which give you templates and WSGI support, respectively

Unlike more complex tools like Django, however, Flask has weak admin features. It’s also less equipped to deal with heavy loads. Developers also have to work with different databases by using out-of-platform ORM systems such as the SQL toolkit, which can be time-consuming.

Companies Who Use Python

Python isn’t only popular amongst startups and small companies — it’s also used by big names like Intel, Facebook, Spotify, Pixar, Instagram, Netflix, and JP Morgan Chase. It’s also one of the four main programming languages used at Google. YouTube itself is mostly coded in Python.

Here’s what some of these companies have said about Python:


Google has had a long history with Python. When Google was first being developed years ago, its founders primarily used Python to create the engine, only using C++ when low latency was desired and memory control was imperative.

Additionally, code in Perl or Bash was often recorded into Python due to how easy it is to understand.


Facebook is another household name that’s a big user of Python. According to Facebook Engineering, as of May 2016, 21% of Facebook’s code is in Python, with C/C++ and Java making up the rest.


In June 2016, the Instagram team posted that what they were deploying “features the world’s largest deployment of the Django web framework, which is written entirely in Python.” This is likely to be true today, since Instagram has grown exponentially since 2016.


Netflix uses Python to power its data analysis on the server side. It’s a popular choice at Netflix because the company allows its developers and engineers to program in whatever language they want.

When surveyed, they said they chose Python for its community, its standard library, and the deep pool of third-party modules that give them the ability to do almost anything.

What Skills Are Companies Looking For in a Python Developer?

In general, tech companies look for Python developers who are skilled in the following areas:

  • API
  • Django
  • Cloud computing
  • Machine learning
  • Continuous integration
  • Git
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • SQL
  • React
  • REST
  • DevOps
  • PostgreSQL
  • Microservices
  • Kubernetes
  • Security
  • Apache Spark
  • MySQL
  • TDD
  • Google Cloud Platform

Skills required for a senior Python developer

A senior Python developer (more than 6 years of experience) needs to have these skills:

  • Exposure to AWS and other cloud computing services
  • Thorough knowledge of Big Data solutions like Spark, Scala, and Hive
  • Strong debugging and unit test skills
  • Thorough understanding of Python’s threading limitations
  • Knowledge of front-end solutions like CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript
  • Knowledge of object-relational mapper (ORM) libraries
  • Experience in data visualization tools like Query languages (SAS, Hive, SQL), Qlik, and Tableau

Skills required for a mid-level Python developer

A mid-level Python developer (3 to 6 years of experience) position typically requires the following skills:

  • Thorough knowledge of coding, test patterns, and object-oriented design
  • Familiarity with secure coding standards and guidelines
  • Solid understanding and experience with building and operating REST APIs
  • More than three years of experience in using Django to develop applications
  • Strong experience working with ORM solutions like SqlAlchemy and Django ORM
  • Comfortable working with Linux bash shell and command line tools
  • Experience in using Python to find Big Data solutions and develop software
  • Experience in maintaining and building software platforms, both open source and commercial
  • Exposure to cloud computing services such as an AWS — preferred, but not always necessary

Skills required for an entry-level Python developer

An entry-level Python developer (0-2 years of experience) should have the following skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field is preferred
  • Basic knowledge of general Python syntax
  • Knowledge of Agile methodologies
  • Basic knowledge of SQL, JavaScript, Django, REST, and Flask
  • Experience with popular web frameworks like Django
  • Class-based object-oriented programming experience
  • Understanding of basic web technology, such as HTTP and client/server model
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Strong desire to stay on top of trends and updates in the field

Where To Source and Hire Python Developers

If you’re wondering where to find Python developers, you’re right where you need to be. There are many places and websites to source and hire Python developers. These include:

Online communities

Online communities and forums like Reddit are an ideal place to start looking for talent. Briefly, here’s how to do this:

  • Make an account on the site.
  • Browse through different threads and note down the best responses to each question.
  • Click on the name of the users who struck you the most and read through their browsing history to see if they’re a good fit.
  • Send them a private message to ask them if they’re interested in your position.


Hackathons are competitive events where developers and other experts craft solutions for a specific problem within a set period of time. To solve the problem, they will have created a working prototype for a website, robot, or app by the end of the hackathon.

Running hackathons will enable you to locate the best talent for the specific positions you want to fill. It’s like creating and administering your own entrance exam for your job. Hackathons are also a good way to get to know more people in the industry in case you need more people for your projects. For example, if you think you will need to hire a team of Django developers next year, you can run a Hackathon to build this pool of talent. Get their contact information and stay in touch with these people so you can hire them for future positions that pop up.


Conferences are basically online communities, only in person. They unite people who are passionate about a specific Python topic, such as Django, Pandas, or some other third-party module.

By hosting a conference or even being a guest speaker, you and your employees will be able to make an impression on many enthusiasts looking for their next job. Avoid sending human resources people to conferences—you need to send people who are actually interested in the specific topic to attract the talent you want.

Remote job boards

Post your job description to remote job boards like weworkremotely.com, Flexijobs, and Remote.co. These are communities dedicated to helping freelancers and remote workers find jobs, so they’re a better starting point than more generalized job boards like Indeed, LinkedIn, or ZipRecruiter.


GitHub is one of the most well-known code hosts. Most developers should have a GitHub profile that lets them showcase their coding portfolio and experience.

Follow these steps to locate the talent you need:

  • Create an account on GitHub.
  • Once you have an account and profile, search using location, language, and followers.
  • GitHub’s “show results” default is for repositories, so use the left-hand side menu to change this to users. You now have a pool of developers you can message.

Before deciding to shoot someone a message, check to make sure that the developer you’re considering is open to recruiters. If not, move on to someone who is open.

Keep the following in mind before you contact potential hires:

  • Look through the developer’s profile to see if their work matches what you’re looking for.
  • Check their profiles on Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media to see other aspects of their personality and online presence. Ask yourself, “Does this person fit the role I’m looking to fill?”
  • Don’t be discouraged if the profile doesn’t look like it’s updated a lot. Some developers just don’t want to share their code publicly.


StackOverflow is a question-and-answer site for programmers and developers. Like GitHub, this site can help you locate future hires.

Unlike Github, however, StackOverflow isn’t really a portfolio site. This means you have to read through each potential hire’s answers, reputation scores, and user badges to determine if they’re the right fit.

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Average Pay for Python Developers

How much do Python developers cost in Central and Eastern Europe?

According to a recent article from Daxx.com, in Central and Eastern Europe — this includes Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Belarus, Austria, Czechia, and Slovakia — Python developers typically get paid $30 to $65 per hour.

This region offers a deep talent pool with relatively affordable prices. However, they’re anywhere from six to nine hours ahead of the time zones in North America. So, if you’re located in Canada or the U.S., you may want to consider hiring developers who work in time zones that are more similar to yours.

How much do Python developers cost in Latin America?

Latin America is another great place to hire Python developers. According to the aforementioned article, Latin American Python developers typically earn $35 to $70 per hour.

Consider hiring Latin American developers if you’re located in the U.S. or Canada. These countries are in similar time zones as major cities in North America, give or take three hours.

How much do Python developers cost in the U.S?

Finally, you can choose to hire Python developers from the U.S. U.S.-based developers charge the highest rates, but if North America is where you’re located, you have the advantage of knowing what their credentials are like besides being in the same or adjacent time zones.

According to Glassdoor, a Python Developer makes $96,861 per year on average. If you want to pay an American Python developer by the hour, they typically cost $70-$100 per hour according to Scalablepath.com. Keep in mind that this is the country-wide average. Rates in specific markets, such as New York and San Francisco, may be higher.

Python Developer Job Description

Here’s a typical Python developer job description:

Senior Python Developer

At Revelo


Revelo is searching for a Senior Python Developer for their online job platform. This is a full-time remote position for developers located in the following time zones: Pacific Standard Time, Mountain Standard Time, and Eastern Standard Time.

The Senior Python Developer will work as a member of our in-house team and support Revelo’s mission of matching Latin American developers with suitable employers from around the world. They will be responsible for coding, enhancing existing code, and creating new solutions for our online platform.

Required Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related subject is required
  • Hands-on experience with CI/CD tools
  • Well-versed in Linux bash shell and command line tools
  • Solid understanding of Django or Flask
  • Extensive experience in app development
  • 4-9 years of software application development experience
  • Thorough experience using Agile processes
  • Extensive experience in software design’s full life cycle
  • Experience with NoSQL databases such as SQL, MongoDB, and HBase

Preferred Skills

  • Experience using Apache Airflow
  • Experience using Docker, OpenShift, or Kubernetes
  • Experience using services offered by cloud service providers, such as GCP or AWS
  • Comfortable with processing large amounts of data

Python Interview Questions

To see if your potential hires have the know-how for the job, you need to ask them certain engaging questions. Here are some you can ask during their job interview:

  • What do you like the most about Python?
  • What do you use Python for?
  • When did you start learning Python?
  • What is the hardest part of using Python?
  • What is the easiest part of using Python?
  • What are Literals in Python? What are the different types of Literals and what makes them different from one another?
  • What is Pandas?
  • How do you create a dataframe from lists?
  • What are comments in Python? How do you add comments in Python?
  • How do you convert a string into lowercase in Python?

Hire Remote Python Developers with Revelo

We know how hard it can be to hire the right Python developer for your team. That’s why you should join Revelo, where we pre-screen remote developers in U.S. time zones just for you.

As the largest tech talent platform in Latin America, we have a massive talent pool of English-speaking developers who can provide real-time collaboration. Our senior software developers have been tested across 100+ skills, including Python, React, Ruby, and more.

Interested? Schedule a meeting with us today. Once we understand your needs and goals, we’ll match you with our best developers. Within three days, you’ll get a list of our best picks. You can then interview and select the candidates you want and start building from there.

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What is the no-risk trial period for Revelo Python developers?

The purpose of the two-week no-risk trial period is to start working with the developers and include them in the team. If you are satisfied with the developers, you keep working with them and pay their salary including the first two weeks. But, if you are not satisfied during the trial period, then you won’t pay anything.

How are Revelo Python developers different?

Revelo offers top-quality, cost-effective, and highly productive Python developers who belong to the top 1% of the world's remote developers. All Revelo Python developers are selected only after going through a series of rigorous tests where their skills are evaluated for a Silicon Valley bar. Daily standups are mandatory for every Revelo developer as they keep the developer and the customer in alignment with the discussed goal. All Revelo remote Python developers work for at least 4 hours in your time zone for your convenience.

What is the no-risk trial period for Revelo Python developers?

The purpose of the two-week no-risk trial period is to start working with the developers and include them in the team. If you are satisfied with the developers, you keep working with them and pay their salary including the first two weeks. But, if you are not satisfied during the trial period, then you won’t pay anything.

How are Revelo Python developers different?

Revelo offers top-quality, cost-effective, and highly productive Python developers who belong to the top 1% of the world's remote developers. All Revelo Python developers are selected only after going through a series of rigorous tests where their skills are evaluated for a Silicon Valley bar. Daily standups are mandatory for every Revelo developer as they keep the developer and the customer in alignment with the discussed goal. All Revelo remote Python developers work for at least 4 hours in your time zone for your convenience.

What is the no-risk trial period for Revelo Python developers?

The purpose of the two-week no-risk trial period is to start working with the developers and include them in the team. If you are satisfied with the developers, you keep working with them and pay their salary including the first two weeks. But, if you are not satisfied during the trial period, then you won’t pay anything.

How are Revelo Python developers different?

Revelo offers top-quality, cost-effective, and highly productive Python developers who belong to the top 1% of the world's remote developers. All Revelo Python developers are selected only after going through a series of rigorous tests where their skills are evaluated for a Silicon Valley bar. Daily standups are mandatory for every Revelo developer as they keep the developer and the customer in alignment with the discussed goal. All Revelo remote Python developers work for at least 4 hours in your time zone for your convenience.

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