Daniel Greenfeld and Audrey Roy have just released a revised edition of Two Scoops of Django, Best Pratices for Django 1.6.
I’ve been a huge fan of the first edition (targeted to Django 1.5), it has been (and still is) an invaluable companion in learning how to develop with Django. The first edition contains a lot of tips, tricks, patterns, code snippets, techniques and more important best practices: how to organize your settings, how to design your models, how to test your Django app etc…
In my opinion, this is not a book for starting to learn Django: it’s value is really in the knowlegde and experiences that Daniel and Audrey have learned over the years, it’s about best practices. If you’re new to Django, this book will be challenging, you should at least have gone through the Django tutorial.
But if you plan to use Django in your projects, Two Scoops of Django, Best Pratices for Django 1.6 is simply a must-to-read.
You can buy it on Amazon or on Daniel and Audrey’s online shop.
Did I say I love Django?
I love Django.
I love Python.