I’m not a fan of async when programming in Python. Although I have programmed in C++, I am not a fan of classes. By not a fan I mean I have no idea how to use them.
What I have is a goal and a need. The idea is using the messaging paradigm as a structure of Python coding. This and a functional aspect.
pipenv, docker-compose, rabbitMQ for messaging, postgres for some “data” data and redis for some state data (ie. persistent key values
Idea is that the “app” can be stateless. Each .py program performs a task based on message traffic received, interacts with one system or does one thing, and then sends back a message.
At them moment I am sending the “initial message” with a trigger script called by cron.