Hello everyone, I've been using Django and React at work for two years now and decided to start a Youtube channel about things that were difficult for me.
This way I can keep it as documentation for both me and new hires and I can also share it with the Python/Django community.
I'll be posting at least one new video each week.
This is my first time making tutorial videos so feedback is greatly appreciated.
Here's a link to my first video:
If there's a topic you're interested in, please let me know I'll try to make a video about it.
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Hey, thanks for the content! I haven’t seen It yet, but as you asked, I already have some topics that I like to know better:
1. Database modeling: Although this is not specific django, most resources doesn’t go deep enough on this topic. Say you have a complicated model structure, how to design the models for optimizing reading or writing? If a model depends on another model, how to bulk create them effectively?
2. Project structure and best practices: What is the common way to deploy django + react stack in terms of performance? (how to cache things properly)
3. Logging (maybe Sentry?)
5. Real life learnings from your experience using this stack. This is the real priceless thing IMO. I don’t see many content creators sharing these.
Some immediate feedback on starting the video…you seem to have your introduction play three times.
Great video. I think the audio was good and the font sizes was also good 🙂