The Djangobook is Moving!
For those that don’t know, the djangobook.com domain is a Django community resource that I have been the unofficial curator of for the last 6 years (give or take).
I have decided to concentrate on other projects, so the djangobook domain will pass back to the Django community in the next couple of months.
Fortunately for you, the content will remain, but it’s being moved to my personal brand domain – masteringdjango.com.
The Mastering Django website is up and running and the content of this site is cloned there, so please jump over to masteringdjango.com and update your bookmarks.
I will start adding 301 redirects to this domain soon to make things a bit easier.
The current content of this site will be removed in it’s entirety by September 1, 2022.
The Django Book is the original Django learning site created by the creators of Django*. It remains a site dedicated to publishing up-to-date resources for Django.
Your support keeps the site up to date and ad-free
There are no ads on this site.
When you buy a book or share my tutorials with friends, or on social media (so other people might buy a book), you help keep it that way.
There’s plenty of free content on the site to get you started, and while-ever awesome folk like you keep buying the books, I can keep it up to date.
All the best with your programming journey!
Big Nige 🙂
* Not to be confused with the owners of Django. That would be the Django Software Foundation (DSF). This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by the DSF, but we are all good friends :).