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Effective Django by Nathan Yergler

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Effective Django
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Publisher: PyCon
Number of pages: 36

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Effective Django development means building applications that are testable, maintainable, and scalable - not only in terms of traffic or load, but in terms of being able to add developers to projects. After reading Effective Django you should have an understanding of how Django's pieces fit together, how to use them to engineer web applications, and where to look to dig deeper.

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