Yes, you will undoubtedly find work. If you are proficient with Python and Django. And you work on some simple projects, you will almost certainly receive a job, but the remuneration will be determined by your experience and skills within a specific framework.
Django is a high-level Python web framework for building secure and maintainable websites quickly. Django is a web framework built by experienced developers that takes care of a lot of the heavy lifting so you can focus on developing your app instead of reinventing the wheel.
Make your work open source. Create a Github account or another site for your side projects.
Create a personal web page. Because you're a developer, you should be able to set up a personal website that appears first when a firm searches for your name on Google.
Make a contribution to Django.
Have faith in yourself.
To understand how to construct scalable APIs, you should go on to mastering Django Rest Framework. You should also learn how to utilise celery, which is used for asynchronous tasks such as sending an email after registration, and so on. This should be sufficient to land you a solid web/api development job.
It may take 2–2.5 weeks to learn Django.
A great journey with you (python and Django). Thanks, Sunit Jha sir. It was really so helpful.
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VIVEK KUMAR KASHYAP
Did you forget to activate a virtual environment how to solve this problems
sir what is debug
YOU HAVE NOT GIVEN LINK OF PROJECT TEMPLATE!!!!!
teaching method is very osm, anyone can understand easily. but I got a problem in order to get VS code functionality....Please hep me out.
super course man. From this course I solved the problem which I was stuck for 3 weeks. good job guys
This course is very informative and the instructor is very good..!!
Sunit sir is the best teacher in Python's framework and all, and Grate thankful to LearnVern Team.
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