Pushing the Button on the idea.

Tony Forcucci
9 min readNov 22, 2023

Go to Launch.

Note: This is Part 3 of 6. You can see on Part 2 here.

photo by Trey Ratcliff of stuckincustoms.com

With all the creative design work completed and the wireframes done, we needed to move on to the backend programming of the site. We decided to have the site built in Python and we found a programmer to do what we needed to get done in Bogota’, Colombia.

Python Magic.

When you build a custom e-commerce website, there’s the part the world sees and there’s the backend Admin part that allows you to run the business.

All of the creative essentially gets digitally stitched to both the front end and the back end so the whole thing works as a custom built e-commerce platform.

About this time I took the idea over to a chef I knew from my days in selling illy coffee, Chef Gerry Klaskala at Aria in Atlanta. We sat down in his restaurant one day about noon and with my iPad in hand and I showed him the One Hundred Tables concept.



Tony Forcucci

I share travel, business, and rational thought stories from experiencing a lot of the world up close. tonyforcucci.com