Django Tutorial – Create a Digital Resume with a Python Backend

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Improve your Django skills by building a digital resume website. You are provided a free resume template and you will learn how to create the backend using Django and Python.

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💻 Template:
💻 Django Code:

⌨️ (00:00) Intro
⌨️ (01:28) Select template
⌨️ (03:28) Start django project
⌨️ (05:57) Backend
⌨️ (44:06) Frontend

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36 thoughts on “Django Tutorial – Create a Digital Resume with a Python Backend”

  1. Django is interesting because it has stable ways of working with some modules. You can choose them when you need them, saving you a lot of time, money, and effort, getting all the solutions right out of the box.

    1. Raikumar Khangembam

      Yes, it saves time because of built in the admin panel. So far we created 5 to 7 projects. Clients have been using that with no complaint.
      Previous 3 years ago I used PHP and its framework laravel and slim. It needed to create an admin panel separately from scratch.

  2. Thanks for posting this tutorial. I had a lot of fun putting it together. If I can help one developer get their dream job then I’ll chalk that down as a win 😀

    1. Reden BLOODYROAR

      Hello, I would like to know if this is a video for a django first timer. I have already my html and css file, do I need something else to follow the video ? I didn’t do that much of back-end (just a bit for the development of an api with a tuto of ania) is it enough ? Thank you very much !

  3. මැහුම් LK

    Please do a tutorial on how to make a Social Media website using Django…❤️

  4. Absolutely amazing 👏 Thank you so much and we All are looking forward for your collaboration further!!!!!!!!!

  5. You could improve this by suggesting its intended audience. There are many unexplained steps which assume prior knowledge of Django (or at least an uncritical approach to copying code without review).

    1. @cain abel what’s your motivation to learn coding? Is to make a lot of money , or you just find it all interesting?
      P.s. did you follow this whole 1;22;22 tutorial?

    2. @D Israel

      Most people would say to make money but for me I love learning, I love learning about all sort of things new technologies, old technologies, software, hardware, history, poetry, cooking, English literature, math, languages, drawing, etc, but I do not learn these things to lord it over someone but rather to acquire knowledge in order to improve myself. It is hard to quantify the hunger I feel when it comes to learning and acquiring knowledge, most people do not understand the need I feel to learn, to acquire knowledge not for money but for the sake of knowledge itself.

      To answer you question my motivation for learning to code is because I find it extremely interesting, the way lines of characters come together in order to create a piece of a software, as a by product if I were to make money out of it then great if not then I still okay with it.

      I am at around 1:19:19 mark because they were certain things that did not work and I had to do a little bit of research in order to get it to work.

    3. @cain abel wow that really facsinating what you’ve shared..

      Are you trying to “improve yourself” in a sense of trying to be the best version of your self e.g. reddit self improvement and YouTube videos about self improvement books summarize etc or you simply like learning new stuff regardless of self improvement ideas?

      Also do you learn other videos-projects at the same time or only doing this one everyday?

    4. @D Israel

      Good questions, the first two questions I would answer “yes”. I believe in both self-improvement as well as learning new ideas and concepts.

      To answer you final question I have a schedule in which I follow to make sure I get the things I want to get done. Mine you it is not a todo list I took a masterclass from a guy from MIndvalley who stated that TOO list are not the way to go.

      You can see a short 3 mins intro

  6. Does anyone know how to easily change the color scheme, have tried to modify the style.css file by changing the `: root {}` default colors but this doesn’t change anything. Help would be appreciated.

  7. What a fantastic tutorial. Exactly what I needed. Thank you so very much for your hard work!

  8. I meet with a problem – after deleted and added several times “skills”, the backend “skills” part can’t appear at frontend any more. The ID in backend “skills” part continue count incremently. May I ask how to do?

  9. Daniel Mbazu

    Am getting an error when I try to do (import main.signals) on my app, I had to comment out the code to continue with the tutorial but i want to understand how to fix the issue, please how do i go about it?

  10. venkatesh akhouri

    Can you explain what is class meta doing, in models.py. We created it inside Skills class as well as User class?

  11. Dmitriy Nayanov

    If you don’t see skills, do two things:
    1. find in index.html a string “

    ” and two strings below change “{% if sk.is_key_skill %}” to “{% if not sk.is_key_skill %}” (condition “not” is needed here)
    2. In admin panel in your user profile select all the skills holding down a key Ctrl, press Save
    Enjoy 🙂

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