[Tutor] Django Read
Huy Ton That
huyslogic at gmail.com
Thu Jul 8 16:19:38 CEST 2010
I've went through the djangobook myself, and found it quite readable. This
would be my recommendation as well.
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On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 9:31 AM, Jeff Johnson <jeff at dcsoftware.com> wrote:
> On 07/08/2010 06:06 AM, Nick Raptis wrote:
>> There actually aren't that many books on django around yet which is a
>> You should definitely read "The django book":
>> either on the online version on that link, or it's printed counterpart
>> (yes, it's really the same book):
>> The printed one is a bit more updated (1.1) and pays off it's money
>> because of it's great reference section :)
>> On 07/08/2010 03:48 PM, Dipo Elegbede wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have done a little basic on python and have to start working on a
>>> major django platform.
>>> I'm starting new and would like recommendations on books I can read.
>>> Kindly help me out. I want to get my hands dirty as fast as I can so
>>> that I can be part of the project.
>>> Thanks and Best regards,
>> I have six books on my bookshelf for Django. There are others I don't
> have. Django 1.0 Template Development is my favorite. Many of them walk
> you through building apps step by step. Do a search on Amazon. That is
> where I got most of them.
> Jeff Johnson
> jeff at dcsoftware.com
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