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Hi! This is the outro and a tour to my portfolio website. This outro is for the Learn Django course. The tour is for my project. Check it out!

Hey! What’s up? Did you learn a lot? I want you to take one moment right now and ask yourself: “Have I really learned how things work with Django? Have I completely understood the flow of my code?” I did, and I hope you did, too.

Look. If you are a little confused about some things, just remember that you can always post your questions at the Comment section. And we’ll try to answer your question. But if you don’t feel comfortable asking, feel free to go back to our previous lessons.

I hope that you are now excited in coding using Django. If you are, you should give yourself a pat in the back! Congratulations! You have made it down to the last lesson in this course of Learn Django!

You know, if I ever get to meet you in person, I’ll even pat you at the back. Just let me know that you were one of those who took my course in Python and Django, alright? And I’ll do that.

Now, before we have a tour to my portfolio website, let’s recap all the things we have learned in this course!


We’ve learned about:

  • virtual environments and why they are important;
  • how apps work and their significance;
  • making models and how to connect them with the apps;
  • how databases work and how to connect them with the admin, making it easy to add data. We also learned about the difference between db.sqlite3 and the Postgres;
  • how to work with media files and static files;
  • how to have a blog id for each blog post and;
  • Bootstrap, which really helped us so much to make our website look amazing!

Push All Commits to GitHub

And, I almost forgot that we should be pushing all our commits to GitHub. Just look at how many commits I have here unpushed!

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28 commits man! Beat that! Now hit that Push origin button:


We’re done.

Portfolio Website Tour

Now I give you, a tour to the final appearance of my portfolio website:

So cool eh? Look, I’ll be honest with you, I keep saying “we learned so much in this course” because while I am publishing all these lessons here, I am also learning all these for the first time with you!

Now, I don’t want to end our relationship here, as student and teacher. I want you to share your portfolio website with me. And we’ll compare our website. But whoever wins, I’ll still be proud of you, if you did your best.

That is all for the outro and a tour to my portfolio website. Until the next time!

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