Name: [8362] ericflo
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Django From the Ground Up: Episode 13 [ID:928] (13/13)

in series: Django From the Ground Up

video tutorial by ericflo, added 10/08

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hello, ericfol。your os is ubuntu,but your eidt is textmate, I am puzzled how u install textmate on ubuntu?


12. wtf_is_a_tute Fri, 03 Sep 2010 06:32

Thanks so much for this video series. And to previous poster, if you coined 'tute' as shorthand for tutorial, please don't ever post on the internet again. Thank you


11. Tiago Almeida Thu, 19 Aug 2010 19:07

Thank you for this! Keep up the good work :)


10. anonymous Fri, 27 Nov 2009 08:43

Thanks for these great screencasts! Really, really good stuff! I watched all of them from 1-13... looking forward to the next one!


9. anonymous Fri, 28 Aug 2009 17:20

Great video.


8. anonymous Tue, 09 Jun 2009 15:14

This is so helpful. Thank you.

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Thanks for a great screen cast, Eric. I'm new to django and ubuntu, and I certainly learned a lot. You mentioned a 14th screencast is coming, and I hope to see it soon.


Thanks for a great screen cast, Eric. I'm new to django and ubuntu, and I certainly learned a lot. You mentioned a 14th screencast is coming, and I hope to see it soon.


Excellent tutorials!!!!

Thanks


Thanx for the videos, It will make my life easier to learn django


Eric,

I'm sure I'm the millionth person to say this, but these are wonderful podcasts and EXTREMELY useful for a relative noob who's trying to learn best practices, especially in terms of deployment. One suggestion: this podcast assumes you already have git installed, though if you're starting with a fresh ubuntu install, that's clearly not the case. Might want to throw in a heads up for other beginners so they know they need to "sudo apt-get install git-clone" and do a git init/add/commit to "git" up to speed. (apologies if this was covered in an earlier podcast -- I skipped around!). Cheers !

Serdar


Nice. Really great for web dev beginner like me.


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