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Python +django

kemo0 king
I am new on programming  ,to be a programmer and getting the ability to create a web program that is one of my dreams , I have started   with python  I know little about html and css and js now I want to learn django am I on the right  way what should I learn before diving in django  I need ur help  

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Re: Python +django

Devdutt Bhati
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6qE_uJB59c&list=PLd3UqWTnYXOnkicyzePnIg8rc2qEXgjiF 
learn this videos first and after learn django get some knowledge  about python.

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I am new on programming  ,to be a programmer and getting the ability to create a web program that is one of my dreams , I have started   with python  I know little about html and css and js now I want to learn django am I on the right  way what should I learn before diving in django  I need ur help  

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Re: Python +django

Jani Tiainen
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Hi.

You're on good track.

Using Django doesn't require much but knowing Python, HTML and CSS surely helps.

Django Girls do have excellent tutorial to get you kickstarted with Django.

CSS can be easily handled with libs like bootstrap or material ui.

What comes to programmin itself it takes a good while to learn. Few months and you will handle most tasks with rather easily.

su 8. syysk. 2019 klo 21.09 kemo0 king <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
I am new on programming  ,to be a programmer and getting the ability to create a web program that is one of my dreams , I have started   with python  I know little about html and css and js now I want to learn django am I on the right  way what should I learn before diving in django  I need ur help  

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Re: Python +django

selim atmaca
You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series. 

8 Eyl 2019 Pzr 21:27 tarihinde Jani Tiainen <[hidden email]> şunu yazdı:
Hi.

You're on good track.

Using Django doesn't require much but knowing Python, HTML and CSS surely helps.

Django Girls do have excellent tutorial to get you kickstarted with Django.

CSS can be easily handled with libs like bootstrap or material ui.

What comes to programmin itself it takes a good while to learn. Few months and you will handle most tasks with rather easily.

su 8. syysk. 2019 klo 21.09 kemo0 king <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
I am new on programming  ,to be a programmer and getting the ability to create a web program that is one of my dreams , I have started   with python  I know little about html and css and js now I want to learn django am I on the right  way what should I learn before diving in django  I need ur help  

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Re: Python +django

ajoeiam
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 6:33 AM selim atmaca <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
> There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series.
>
Hopefully this isn't a thread hijacking - - - - but - - - - -
I am finding that online videos are hugely wasteful of time and would
rather have a text equivalent.
Is there such for this recommended video series?

Regards

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Re: Python +django

Hani Fanous
Must admit I agree. With text you can at least try things out as you go and attempt to debug problems. With video this is almost impossible.

Hani

> On Sep 9, 2019, at 7:57 AM, o1bigtenor <[hidden email]> wrote:
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>> On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 6:33 AM selim atmaca <[hidden email]> wrote:
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>> You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
>> There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series.
>>
> Hopefully this isn't a thread hijacking - - - - but - - - - -
> I am finding that online videos are hugely wasteful of time and would
> rather have a text equivalent.
> Is there such for this recommended video series?
>
> Regards
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Re: Python +django

ajoeiam
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 7:57 AM Hani Fanous <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Must admit I agree. With text you can at least try things out as you go and attempt to debug problems. With video this is almost impossible.
>
Agreed - - - I find most webinars could be condensed to perhaps 2 to 5
pages of text - - - - and I can read that in maybe 20 minutes if I'm
going very very slowly.
Even with complicated procedures I would prefer working from a text document.

So there are no equivalent text documents from these videos?

Perhaps one should contact the videographer? (grin!)

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Re: Python +django

Mario R. Osorio
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I must agree that video tutorials are harder to follow, specially if and when they are if at least a bit outdated. I used to hate them however; I've learned to appreciate them specially because of one reason: YOU CANNOT COPY AND PASTE.

Written tutorials don't help you go thru the full learning process and make you a master of [Ctrl]-[C] & [Ctrl]-[V] since you're not even checking the code nor make sense out of it, let alone memorizing it.

Back in the day, when written tutorials were handed to you on paper, probably as photocopy of some else's photocopy (bis), you would learn by typing the code yourself. It is online tutorials that I find not as helpful anymore.

Now, don't get me wrong, I have found lost of excellent online tutorials. The problem is that it is all too easy to copy and paste.

IMHO (and at least in programming) written tutorials are for the very first baby steps but once you've outpaced those; you need to move away from them, even if we are talking about learning a new programming language, tool, framework or paradigm.



On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:59:07 AM UTC-4, ajoeiam wrote:
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 6:33 AM selim atmaca <<a href="javascript:" target="_blank" gdf-obfuscated-mailto="ifdhCt8XGwAJ" rel="nofollow" onmousedown="this.href=&#39;javascript:&#39;;return true;" onclick="this.href=&#39;javascript:&#39;;return true;">selim...@...> wrote:
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> You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
> There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series.
>
Hopefully this isn't a thread hijacking - - - - but - - - - -
I am finding that online videos are hugely wasteful of time and would
rather have a text equivalent.
Is there such for this recommended video series?

Regards

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Re: Python +django

Gerardo Palazuelos Guerrero
hi,
Django has been a different beast for me, an .NET programmer...
You need to find your way...

Following are my go-to resources, always:
#1: (free) Djangogirls tutorial
#2: (paid) the books by https://wsvincent.com/books/    -- specially that book (green one) is an excellent resource for beginners
#3: (free to read online) Harry Percival's https://www.obeythetestinggoat.com/

Note:
I'm not affiliated or anything with those sites... it's just that those materials are helpful for me and I keep mentioning those to folks

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Gerardo Palazuelos Guerrero



On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 7:25 AM Mario R. Osorio <[hidden email]> wrote:
I must agree that video tutorials are harder to follow, specially if and when they are if at least a bit outdated. I used to hate them however; I've learned to appreciate them specially because of one reason: YOU CANNOT COPY AND PASTE.

Written tutorials don't help you go thru the full learning process and make you a master of [Ctrl]-[C] & [Ctrl]-[V] since you're not even checking the code nor make sense out of it, let alone memorizing it.

Back in the day, when written tutorials were handed to you on paper, probably as photocopy of some else's photocopy (bis), you would learn by typing the code yourself. It is online tutorials that I find not as helpful anymore.

Now, don't get me wrong, I have found lost of excellent online tutorials. The problem is that it is all too easy to copy and paste.

IMHO (and at least in programming) written tutorials are for the very first baby steps but once you've outpaced those; you need to move away from them, even if we are talking about learning a new programming language, tool, framework or paradigm.



On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:59:07 AM UTC-4, ajoeiam wrote:
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 6:33 AM selim atmaca <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
> There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series.
>
Hopefully this isn't a thread hijacking - - - - but - - - - -
I am finding that online videos are hugely wasteful of time and would
rather have a text equivalent.
Is there such for this recommended video series?

Regards

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Re: Python +django

Nicholas Hatch
If you are looking for books, any of the O’Reilly books are good. A worthwhile investment is an O’Reilly online subscription, which gives you access to all their books plus video tutorials, so you get the best of both worlds.

For the price of three or four of their technical books, you get their full library, and if you really get into this, you’ll need to dive into many other topics anyway.



Nicholas Hatch


On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 1:03 PM, Gerardo Palazuelos Guerrero <[hidden email]> wrote:
hi,
Django has been a different beast for me, an .NET programmer...
You need to find your way...

Following are my go-to resources, always:
#1: (free) Djangogirls tutorial
#2: (paid) the books by https://wsvincent.com/books/    -- specially that book (green one) is an excellent resource for beginners
#3: (free to read online) Harry Percival's https://www.obeythetestinggoat.com/

Note:
I'm not affiliated or anything with those sites... it's just that those materials are helpful for me and I keep mentioning those to folks

--
Gerardo Palazuelos Guerrero



On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 7:25 AM Mario R. Osorio <[hidden email]> wrote:
I must agree that video tutorials are harder to follow, specially if and when they are if at least a bit outdated. I used to hate them however; I've learned to appreciate them specially because of one reason: YOU CANNOT COPY AND PASTE.

Written tutorials don't help you go thru the full learning process and make you a master of [Ctrl]-[C] & [Ctrl]-[V] since you're not even checking the code nor make sense out of it, let alone memorizing it.

Back in the day, when written tutorials were handed to you on paper, probably as photocopy of some else's photocopy (bis), you would learn by typing the code yourself. It is online tutorials that I find not as helpful anymore.

Now, don't get me wrong, I have found lost of excellent online tutorials. The problem is that it is all too easy to copy and paste.

IMHO (and at least in programming) written tutorials are for the very first baby steps but once you've outpaced those; you need to move away from them, even if we are talking about learning a new programming language, tool, framework or paradigm.



On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:59:07 AM UTC-4, ajoeiam wrote:
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 6:33 AM selim atmaca <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
> There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series.
>
Hopefully this isn't a thread hijacking - - - - but - - - - -
I am finding that online videos are hugely wasteful of time and would
rather have a text equivalent.
Is there such for this recommended video series?

Regards

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Re: Python +django

Kevin Jay
I also prefer text over video. However, Corey Schafer has an excellent video series that is really well done. He doesn’t waste time babbling or stumbling over words. He also provides a link to his github repo so you can let ok over the code.


On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 8:19 PM 'Nicholas Hatch' via Django users <[hidden email]> wrote:
If you are looking for books, any of the O’Reilly books are good. A worthwhile investment is an O’Reilly online subscription, which gives you access to all their books plus video tutorials, so you get the best of both worlds.

For the price of three or four of their technical books, you get their full library, and if you really get into this, you’ll need to dive into many other topics anyway.



Nicholas Hatch


On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 1:03 PM, Gerardo Palazuelos Guerrero <[hidden email]> wrote:
hi,
Django has been a different beast for me, an .NET programmer...
You need to find your way...

Following are my go-to resources, always:
#1: (free) Djangogirls tutorial
#2: (paid) the books by https://wsvincent.com/books/    -- specially that book (green one) is an excellent resource for beginners
#3: (free to read online) Harry Percival's https://www.obeythetestinggoat.com/

Note:
I'm not affiliated or anything with those sites... it's just that those materials are helpful for me and I keep mentioning those to folks

--
Gerardo Palazuelos Guerrero



On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 7:25 AM Mario R. Osorio <[hidden email]> wrote:
I must agree that video tutorials are harder to follow, specially if and when they are if at least a bit outdated. I used to hate them however; I've learned to appreciate them specially because of one reason: YOU CANNOT COPY AND PASTE.

Written tutorials don't help you go thru the full learning process and make you a master of [Ctrl]-[C] & [Ctrl]-[V] since you're not even checking the code nor make sense out of it, let alone memorizing it.

Back in the day, when written tutorials were handed to you on paper, probably as photocopy of some else's photocopy (bis), you would learn by typing the code yourself. It is online tutorials that I find not as helpful anymore.

Now, don't get me wrong, I have found lost of excellent online tutorials. The problem is that it is all too easy to copy and paste.

IMHO (and at least in programming) written tutorials are for the very first baby steps but once you've outpaced those; you need to move away from them, even if we are talking about learning a new programming language, tool, framework or paradigm.



On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7:59:07 AM UTC-4, ajoeiam wrote:
On Mon, Sep 9, 2019 at 6:33 AM selim atmaca <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> You should learn python basics first but dont dive deep, just the basics. Then
> There is a nice django video series on youtube. Search for corey schafer django. There are 17 videos in that series. If I was starting django today, definetly I would start it with that video series.
>
Hopefully this isn't a thread hijacking - - - - but - - - - -
I am finding that online videos are hugely wasteful of time and would
rather have a text equivalent.
Is there such for this recommended video series?

Regards

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