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Just want to continue to say thanks as the Django subreddit has been hugely motivating for me. I've completed the beginner resources (tango-with-django, django docs tutorial, learn python the hard way and some basic front end design books for css/html).
I'm back again with some 'stupid' questions that I would rather get advice from experienced people than googling. Situation:
I've found a mentor who has a very impressive resume, is very skilled in other languages but not in Django who has an idea that we have fleshed out over the course of a couple of weeks now.
I have strongly recommend use of Django since I want to become an expert at it, I've worked with it before and I enjoy it very much. He has agreed to let me use it. We have the relational database designed and it's quite complex. We've also figured out what the URLs are going to look like and the functionality of the website from a user perspective. Some things may change.
I've gone ahead and registered at Udemy for the Coding for Entrepreneurs course and invested over $500 getting a TON of different other courses/books dealing with the front-end design, responsive web site coding etc for when the time comes. I'll be dedicating about 20-30 hours a week to this project, and the remainder to my further learning.
I will be cooped up in my basement for at least 3 months except going to the gym or if I get a job that works with Django (haven't found more than 2 here in Toronto area). It seems all my chickens are in line and I'm ready to slowly but surely make them hatch. Before I embark on this huge endeavour - I'd like to get the perspective of the reddit Django community. My Development Environment:
- Pimped out Mac Mini
- Coda2 (Front-End only stuff)
- Komodo IDE (Django)
- MAMP Stack
- Full Adobe Suite (I want to eventually cut out the need for graphic designer, that's a whole other story)
Here are my questions:
- Is anything missing from my Development Environment?
- Should I use MySQL in Development, or stick to SQLite3?
- How can I show him the progress of the web app? (Apache?) If there's a tutorial video or something for setting this up that'd be amazing.
- Is there anything else I need to consider in terms of backend design before starting the Django project? As I mentioned above, we have the initial documentation for our relational database, url mapping, and functionality from the users perspective.
- With regards to version control, Komodo has git built in, and I know how to stage, commit, push, pull and clone, should I learn anything else prior or is this adequate for my needs? I'm only using it to backup my code for now.
I apologize to anyone who might be annoyed by my incessant posting, I just like to have everything figured out, and be at ease before embarking on something this big because once I commit to something, I don't stop until it's finished.
I will become a great full stack developer or die trying.
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