If you are a newbie when it comes to the Django language, then you must go for Django Unbound 2012. This is a comprehensive program that will surely give you a thorough grasp of the language from start to finish, by teaching you everything there is to know about programming and the database. So what makes this different from other programs? For one thing, the author, Nicola Marzio has personally experienced working as a developer in both the Django framework and in deploying web applications, so he knows what he is talking about. He also spent a lot of time training developers at Sun Microsystems as a developer on Django, so he knows what it takes to be an outstanding developer in both fields.
In terms of features, Django Unbound looks pretty much like the first version, but with lots of improvements. For instance, the editor now allows users to write code without having to type directly into the console, so there’s no more need for debugging. It’s also easier to use than ever before thanks to several great visualizations and validation tools, and you can now easily change your code without having to recompile it. There are many more things that have been added to this version, too many to list here.
|Released Date||December 11, 2012 (Ziegfeld Theatre)
December 25, 2012 (United States)
|File type||SRT(Zip file)|
The good thing about the game, however, is that it’s a single player game. You can now play against the computer or one another. You’ll notice that you have to learn a lot more than just coding, since you will also need to handle the design of the levels, as well as the user interface. However, after mastering the fundamentals, you can move on to the more advanced stuff and start playing against people who have a deeper knowledge of Django and the object-oriented programming language. You can even try to become the best Django programmer by winning a competitive race within the game.