Django Riffs is a podcast for learning web application development in Python using the Django web framework. We explore all of Django's features to equip listeners with the knowledge to build a web app.
Setting Your Sites
On this episode, we look at how to manage settings on your Django site. What are the common techniques to make this easier to handle? Let's find out!
Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/16.
User Session Data
On this episode, we will dig into a data storage technique that Django makes heavy use of for visitors to your site. This category of data is called session data.
Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/15.
On this episode, we will look at what it takes to go live and how to prepare your Django project for the internet.
Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/14.
Does My Site Work?
On this episode, we will discuss how you can verify that your site works and continues to work. We're digging into automated testing and how to write tests for your Django apps.
Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/13.
Success With Static Files
On this episode, our focus will be on static files. Static files are vital to your application, but they have little to do with Python code. We'll see what they are and what they do.
Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/12.
Here, There, Middleware
On this episode, we will investigate Django middleware and see where it goes in your project. In the process, you'll see why middleware is useful and how you can work with it.
Full show notes are available at https://www.mattlayman.com/django-riffs/11.
As a Django dev, I value this show. It has clear, clean explanations of how to work with various aspects of Django.
I regularly hear things that make me rethink a pattern or confirm a suspicion on how to do something in a reasonable or better way.
Thanks to the author for their hard work on this podcast.
I can’t believe this is free
There are no audiobooks on Django on Amazon, but this podcast is basically exactly that. It’s great because it’s actually about the technology. Super helpful for me as a beginner.
Beginner Friendly and Thorough Explanations
As a learner who had zero experience in both web dev and Django, I find it very helpful! I like it how I can use this resource while doing some house chores. Thank you!!