On this podcast we interview makers of awesome Django projects and learn together with them.
#6: From CTO to Indiehacker with Cory Zue
In this episode Cory tells us about his journey to become a CTO of Dimagi, then going full indiehacker with his Django Projects: Place Card Me, SaaS Pegasus, Repo Story and other project. We also talk about writing habits, code quality and best practices, learning new language, python best practices and other fun topics. You will learn a ton about being a Django indiehacker from this conversation.
#5: Building a Blogging Platform with Alireza Savand
In this episode Alireza takes us on a journey of building a blogging platform with Django. On that journey he shares how he learnt to fight spammers and bad actors with ML. We also discuss time based feeds vs AI feeds, learning new programming languages, and hosting your own servers.
#4: Combining Gaming and Django with Cody Ingram
In this episode Cody shares his experience building gaming related websites with Django while building. We also talk about balancing between hobbies and work.
#3: Taylor Dye on building a Job Board with Django
In this episode, Taylor Dye tells us about his Django learning journey. Taylor work in a finance industry and is learning Python and Django to get an upper hand. He decide to code up a Job Board that will aggregate finance jobs from multiple websites. Taylor will share the best resources he found while learning Django and some advice to people starting out there. Enjoy!
#2: Alex Krupp on learning and building with Django
In this episode, Alex Krupp takes on his learning journey. Alex is a business major, but despite that ended up building and coding and awesome app, all by himself. Hopefully, you will get inspired and will learn something useful by listening to Alex's story.
#1: Alex Isora on building an MVP with 0 prior knowledge
In this episode I interview Alexander Isora, a founder of the Unicorn Platform. He tells us how he got started with Django, and what he used it for.