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The 2nd edition covers Django 1.8 and offers even more than the first.
Despite assuming basic knowledge of Django from the start, the first chapter is easily accessible to a novice with basic understanding of python itself. It tells you everything you need to know to get your project set up. That isn't to say that it is too basic. It is well written and the explanations are clear without being condescending.
The chapters remain broadly the same with improvements added, approaches updated and the writing style streamlined. The material on "Testing and Deployment" has been moved to its own chapter. This makes it easier to use as well as allowing it to be given more attention.
The recipes are well structured and have a nice flow if you want to use it as more of a tutorial. They cover everything from setup, to creating and managing your models, to working with external data (both import and export), to the deployment itself.
The book offers enough new material and improvements to recommend picking it up even if you have the first.
Why? This book is written by one passionate developer it's note since we started to read it and is the perfect guide for the people who wants to move to an intermediate level with the Django Framework.
This book have the perfect perfect introduction to the absolute beginners when show us how to start with the framework, additionally with the chapter 2 clarify with absolute precision all the details about the structure in Django.
The critical part of the book is in is chapter 9, in my experience this one of the most well explained books about the data import in Django with clarity explains the “complex” process to manage data types, in my experience this the critical step to move from a beginner to an intermediate level, finally with is brilliant explanation about the Django shell and the use of database query I think this is a excellent reference book for the adventurous programmers in Django .