Testing in the real world is hard. This video is the start in a series on real world testing by showing common testing patters used in many django projects. These start simple and will get more complex, and along the way you will get explanations of testing concepts.
Mocking is a difficult thing to learn and do as a beginner. This video will show you a couple of the very basics, and get you started with how to mock out methods of an object.
Test data is a pain to generate, and even more of a pain using django's fixutres. model_mommy comes to the rescue to help make generating data very simple, and almost fun.
Learn how to convert your app to start localizing it for your international users. In this video you will see what it takes to translate your application from adding code to writing a translation.
Quick, consistent and easy deployments are a great way to develop faster and provide value for customers. Learn how to deploy to your VPS in this video using fabric, and what the next step after that can be.
Learn to host your django application on your own server using nginx, uwsgi, and posgresql all on an Ubuntu server. This video walks you through setting it all up and getting your site running.
AJAX can be a bit of a hurdle to get used to using at first, this video helps walk you through a couple of scenarios of using ajax with django. Both using function based views, and class based views.
Static files, custom template filters, and management commands are a core part of django. In this video we walk you through each so you have a better understanding of them, and how they work.
Learn the basics of using django.contrib.auth to help your users register, and login to your site. The first time you work with the auth system it can be confusing, this video helps you through that first time to successfully using it.
Along with models; templates and views make up part of the core of a django project. Learn how templates and views work together and what it takes to get started with them.