Two to Django

The Django Project, a web framework for perfectionists with deadlines

Django is a Python Web framework that influences it's users to create applications with a straight-forward, Object Oriented design, app module extensibility, and a Continuous Integration (CI) project workflow methodology.

Django was invented by a small team of developers at the Lawrence News Journal, a local Kansas city newsroom, with fast-moving deadlines, an ever-evolving, journalism industry. Django was built by experienced Python programmers, who in 2003 started building web applications in Python.

The framework automatically takes care of much of the time consuming back-end programming required in Web development, so you can focus on writing your applications without needing 'reinvent the wheel'.

Django is Free and Open Source

And supported by a large online community of Djangonauts and Pythonistas.

Django is Wicked Fast

Django was designed to help developers take web applications from proof of concept to project completion as quickly as possible.

Django Means Tight Security

Django takes security very seriously and helps developers avoid many common Internet security mistakes.

Django is Scalable

Some of the busiest sites on the Web leverage Django’s ability to quickly and flexibly scale.

Django is Fully Involved

Django includes dozens of extras you can use to handle common Web development tasks. Django takes care of user authentication, content administration, site maps, RSS feeds, and many more tasks — right out of the box.

Django is Versatile

All different sized businesses, organizations and governments have used Django to build all sorts of things — from content management systems to social networks to scientific computing platforms.

Craig Derington

Secular Humanist, Libertarian, FOSS Evangelist building Cloud Apps developed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu Server. My toolset includes Python, Celery, Flask, Django, MySQL, MongoDB and Git.

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