1. Using PostgreSQL

    Once you’ve deployed your code to a web server, you’ll be pretty stoked. I know I was. One thing you’ll need to start thinking about though is converting your SQLite database to a ‘real’ database. I say ‘real’ because SQLite is a great engine to start off …

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  2. Setting up the Server (on Digital Ocean)

    The initial setup

    Digital Ocean has a pretty nice API which makes it easy to automate the creation of their servers (which they call Droplets. This is nice when you’re trying to work towards automation of the entire process (like I was).

    I won’t jump into the automation …

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  3. Django form filters

    I’ve been working on a Django Project for a while and one of the apps I have tracks candidates. These candidates have dates of a specific type.

    The models look like this:

    Candidate

    class Candidate(models.Model):
        first_name = models.CharField(max_length=128)
        last_name = models.CharField(max_length=128)
        resume = models …
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