[BangPypers] Good and practical resources to build Web Apps using Django
kracethekingmaker at gmail.com
Sun Mar 15 09:45:06 CET 2015
On Sun, Mar 15, 2015 at 1:53 PM, Aby James <gits1225 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Recently, I wrote a book for intermediate Django programmers to address
> > such questions titled “Django Design Patterns and Best Practices”
> > <
> > >.
> Is there anyway we can collaborate together in designing and creating a
> "step-by-step build a full featured app" series? (I really like the Hacker
> News series)
> I ask this because when we conduct our session we explicitly say that
> everything that you need to become a proficient technical Software
> Developer is on the internet and freely available. We just create a
> learning path and put you into an environment of beginners and experienced
Awesome! Probably good time to take the discussion offline.
> > I know, it is another plug but it seems exactly like what you are looking
> > for. I have worked at several campus connect programs in my previous job.
> > Most students seem to go through several tutorials yet struggle with
> > an idea to market. Most of my book tries to guide such folks with concise
> > yet practical advice.
> > I agree with your approach on typing rather than copying code. Unless
> > someone types everything line by line, they are never going to pay
> > attention to even the syntax :)
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