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Does what it says on the tin,
This review is from: Practical Django Projects (Expert's Voice in Web Development) (Paperback)
If you're just starting out learning Django, there are some bumps in the learning curve, so this isn't an introduction. If you've been tinkering with Django and want to make something usable, this (the 2nd edition) is the book. Django is backward-compatible from version 1.0 on, so this (for Django 1.1) is as future-proof as possible. As for the missing code - much of it is on Bitbucket (Ubernostrum is his tag there) and Australian Brett Haydon (search for his name and the book title) has a great blog that corrects the typos and offers further information.
My copy is well-thumbed and has been a familiar companion on my Django journey - in fact, I'm using the very blog from the book to write up every stage of the Django learning process. One star missing for the lack of follow-up, four stars for some really usable applications and very sound advice. Bennett is on the Django team, so he knows his stuff, and the Django entries on his own blog act as an unofficial supplement to the book.