Welcome to Drylabs!

What we do

Drylabs develops open-source software and complex projects with open-source in their core. Our headline product is dry-python - a set of libraries for pluggable business logic components. We talk Python, Django, Flask, SQLAlchemy, Celery, RQ, Twisted, asyncio and more.


Valentin Dombrovsky


Founder at MoscowPython, Python community activist

Artem Malyshev


Creator of the @dry-python project. A former member of the @django channels maintenance team.

Nikita Sobolev


CTO at wemake.services, dry-python collaborator. Blogs about Python


Dry-python - set of libraries for pluggable business logic components. Using dry-python you can create a code which is easy to read and maintain. Try it for your applications and create an architecture which makes it easier to work with your colleagues and develop complex software apps. Dry-python consists of several components:



Russia’s largest community of Python developers organizing meetups, Python learning course and Moscow Python Conf


A group of technology evangelists and simply those who love to write beautiful code. We sell repeatable software development process.


Anything else, you think, we can help you with? Let’s talk!

We can deliver services in English and in Russian.


You think that we’re awesome and want to join us? Feel free to email at hello@drylabs.io and we’ll have a chat maybe.


You think, we’re a team that can solve your problems? Feel free to contact at hello@drylabs.io (we speak English and Russian at the moment)!


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