Stuff to Read:
Django 1.11 released
Django 1.11 has been released!
Fastest cache backend possible for Django
Peter Bengtsson explores the fastest cache backend in Django.
Django REST Framework: Using the request object
Article discussing a few use cases for customizing responses in Django REST Framework based on request parameters.
Let's talk about testing Django apps
Great post on testing approaches in Django.
Digging Into Django QuerySets
Dig into Django query sets with Caktus developer Jeff Bradberry, using the Django shell to perform various queries and examine the results in a simple app.
Starting your Django project on the right foot
A common headache of any new project is prepping for local dev, production configs, and sane test integrations.
Class-Based Views vs. Function-Based Views
Vitor Freitas takes a look at class-based views vs. function-based views in Django.
How to turn Django Admin into a lightweight dashboard
Django Admin is a powerful tool for managing data in your app.
Django Admin: Expensive COUNT(*) Queries
If you're a Django dev, it's likely that you use the Django Admin regularly. And if you have maintained a website with a huge amount of data, you probably already know that Django Admin can become very slow when the database table gets so large.
Creating a simple bot server using Python, Django and Django-channels
Post on getting started with creating a bot server and understanding WebHooks and WebSockets.
Hosting Django Sites on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk
Elastic Beanstalk can handle a number of technologies that people use to build web sites, including Python (2.7 and 3.4), Java, PHP, .Net, Node.js, and Ruby.
How to Create Infinite Scroll With Django
This tutorial shows how to implement very simple infinite scrolling with Django, taking advantage of Django's pagination API.
Lessons from scale: Django
Things I’ve learnt by running Django in production for the past two years.
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