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Python/Django training

Anyone care to share any links to good websites and ebooks that teach Django and Python? I've learned over 37+ programming languages in my lifetime, maybe even more, mostly obsolete and so old they date to the 1980s or 1990s.

I find Python is what BASIC should have become, it is so powerful, yet a bit easy to use syntax when it uses white space instead of semi-colons and other crap.

I haven't really done much with FreeK666, but I can give feedback and think of things to improve, and try to get back into it someday. I'm using Windows 7 because 10 is shitty, and I am trying to run Linux in a virtual machine so it is easier to work with just the bare minimal installed for FreeK666 with Docker and all of that.

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Why not the standard tutorials? (#33)
by freek666 on March 21, 2017, 11:28 a.m.

Tutorial links on both those pages...

Remember, django is a python framework, so best to do the python tutorial first if you aren't yet comfortable with that.

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If this were a story (#31)
by freek666 on March 21, 2017, 8:47 a.m.
This would be the intro


And this would be below the fold!

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