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New blog post about … what? Python and Django? That can't be right.

In a nutshell, what this code needs is conventions. Application level conventions are good, but framework level conventions are better: The same developer can quickly understand many applications and easily move between projects or even companies without needing as much time to get up to speed. As consultants, when we’re working with new clients framework level conventions are invaluable. Rails is famed for its opinionated stance on convention over configuration, while Django is generally quieter on the subject. This might lead you to believe that Django doesn’t provide any conventions, but there’s more to Django than meets the eye.

Full article: http://robots.thoughtbot.com/post/43154885203/class-based...

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