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answered Way in over my head! (Dealing with better programmers)
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comment Learning Django by example
Unfortunately several events led me to drop Django for a while. However, there's a promising project on Kickstarter now that aims to get some thorough Django lessons using the latest version of the framework made by Jan. of next year. I hope that by the time it comes out I'll be able to attend to it again. kickstarter.com/projects/657368266/getting-started-with-django
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comment How can I tactfully suggest improvements to others' badly designed code during review?
Since a lot of software development has to do with tradeoffs, and because I'm talking about code craftsmanship which is mainly design-based, many code review comments end up being subjective. That's why I asked "how do you go about suggesting improvements". Its certainly not my goal to dictate anything.
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comment Learning Django by example
@Anna, yes. The Ruby on Rails Tutorial is a wonderful piece of work. Very thorough with a friendly, responsive author. That's exactly what I'm looking for with Django.
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comment Learning Django by example
Per your advice, I decided to give Practical Django Projects a try. I'm working my way through it now. Will post back with feedback in bit.
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answered What books or resources would you recommend to learn practical OO design and development concepts?
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