Name: [9691] Eric Holscher
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Using the Django Error Page [ID:855] (1/4)

in series: Debugging Django

video tutorial by Eric Holscher, added 09/08

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First screencast in my debugging django series. Show's some neat uses for the Django Error Page.

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6. Auth. Bnib Isabel Marant Mossa Studded Leather Ankle Boots Sandles Tue, 20 Jul 2010 01:16

just saved me a lot of work! Thanks

5. anonymous Thu, 01 Oct 2009 08:04

Awesome screencast. Thanks for putting it together!!

4. anonymous Sun, 30 Aug 2009 19:51

Great screencast! I like the intro to additional tools to use, I did not know that.

3. anonymous Sun, 09 Aug 2009 01:11

Nice video

2. anonymous Wed, 29 Jul 2009 09:13

Nice tutorial. I'm afraid it was a little bit advanced for me to really comprehend, as I'm still a Python noob, as well as a Django noob (maybe worth labeling to warn off beginners like me). Still, it was interesting to see some of the other tools that live out there with which to extend debugging capabilities within Django.

Wow! I had no idea Django could do that. Suffering from some serious envy right here. Very, very good screencast. Pacing, structure, content all top notch. When you called up that Python console my jaw dropped a few inches. How I manage to keep a website up and running without this stuff - wing and a prayer I think. This deserves to be hugely popular. Well done.

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