Django Python Web Application Framework


A training course for developers and system administrators who want to learn the Django Python web application framework. Participants learn how to install and configure the framework and have the opportunity to practice in many useful exercises. The course is based on Django and Python on Linux, but the differences to using the framework on Windows will also be dealt with.


Target Group:
Participants should have some experience with working at an operating system shell command line. Experience with Linux and Python would be helpful.

Content:
  • Background, history, and evolution
  • Architecture and basic theory of operation
  • Python and WSGI
  • Installation from the Debian/Ubuntu repositories
  • Installation from pypi using pip
  • Manual installation
  • Default directory structure
  • Projects
  • Applications
  • Built-in HTTP server
  • Database connectivity
  • Database access control
  • Model-View-Controller (MVC)
  • Models
  • Database objects
  • Views
  • Templates
  • The admin app
  • Application access control
  • Apache WSGI configuration using mod_wsgi
  • Apache WSGI and FastCGI configuration using mod_fastcgi and flup
  • Logging
  • Performance tuning


Lecturer: Keith Brown

Dates:
  • From Mon, 3rd Apr, 2017 until Fri, 7th Apr, 2017 (5 days)
  • From Mon, 4th Sep, 2017 until Fri, 8th Sep, 2017 (5 days)
  • From Mon, 18th Dec, 2017 until Fri, 22nd Dec, 2017 (5 days)

Duration of the course:
5 days

The fees for this Python course per day:

Toronto, Canada:
$524 per day (exclusive of HST)
Lake Constance, Hemmenhofen, Germany:
€369 per day (exclusive of VAT)
plus € 90 for full board and lodging in 4 star hotel
Berlin, Germany:
€401 per day (exclusive of VAT)
London, England:
£401 per day (exclusive of VAT)


Attention:
The price of this course includes participation in the seminar and board and lodging in a 4-star hotel located at Lake Constance.
The price comprises:
Comprehensive course materials.

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