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Great for me as I am transitioning from PHP to Python, so as well as giving me a good foundation in TDD, I also get to learn Django along the way as well as a bunch of other things involved in building an app from start to finish.
I find the pace of learning and sense of achievement along the way, perfectly weighted in this book. Highly recommend it if you are new to TDD or have been doing it for a little while.
As a bonus, even though I have been using git for a while, I've picked up a couple of handy git commands along the way as well.
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Well worth the price, and up to date being released August 2017. Very few up to date books about django anymore, which is sad for those like me that are very late to the party (apparently), though i did manage to find one or two that cover 1.11.
Buy this book, and learn TDD, it will solve problems you've experienced while writing code that you didn't know could be solved.
You'll learn how to do TDD the right way, Django and have enough tools for automated project deployment.
It will change your way of building future projects: Obey The Testing Goat!
Other books I've purchased have been already out of date by the time I got them- my own fault I suppose for not doing the research ahead of time; the target technologies are moving forward rapidly. The author of this book teaches how to use a virtual environment so that one can set up the environment with the correct release of each module needed- an approach I've not seen in other texts.