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Python 2 was released in 2000 and the final version (2.7) was released 10 years later in mid-2010. As Python 2 is now legacy, most new Python developers will want to learn Python 3; however, if you do not control your development environment or need to make use of third party libraries or utilities that have not yet been upgraded to support Python 3, you may need to learn Python 2.
If you or your team need to create and deploy database-oriented web applications, then Django is a great option for you and this course will provide you with the Django skills you need to get started quickly. If you have experience building data-driven websites using other technologies, you will be pleasantly surprised at how easy Django makes structuring, retrieving, and managing data. The course assumes knowledge of Python and HTML. Experience with SQL, while not required, would also be beneficial.
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