How much Django should one know before going in for an interview for a developer position?
My answer to How much Django should one know before going in for an interview for a developer position? on Quora
If you know all of that stuff and you’ve previously worked with another stack such as PHP or Rails I can be confident that it won’t take long for you to become a productive and proficient Django developer.
All of that said, having a Django-powered side-project (or evidence of work on interesting Django projects at a previous company) are obviously going to help out in an interview a lot.
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