Kudos and Thanks for ericflo
Just discovered the showmedo.com site and it is great.
I like the settings tricks in this episode. And the part with using a model for manytomany field.
Setting a nice pace. So far good quality speaking and recording
$ mv startthedark/* .
$ rm -r startthedark
no need for tmp dirs
Very helpful and informative. Looks like I'm going to need to do some more docs research before moving on
If I understand correctly, for creating a datetime instance you could have used
start = datetime(now.year,now.month,now.day)
and the time would default to 0's. Instead of using the datetime.min object
I'm also a little confused as to why the start and end time needs to be in the model when this info could be inferred. Performance reasons?
Thanks again! Learning lots :)
-- django newb
This will help me a lot starting my next project. :-)
Amazing tutorials - Thanks a lot. I found these really useful to start learning Django (which I have been delaying since a long time). Thanks once again.
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
Thank you for this! Keep up the good work :)
very informative. thanks for the great work!
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