These principles have helped me tremendously in learning how to code with less time.
A few years ago I built a portfolio for my work. I didn't like it and decided to rebuild it from scratch.
In 2016 whilst solo-travelling across Canada I built Trausing—a platform for match-making tenants with home owners in cities with high competition.
Django clearly distinguishes itself to me amongst the wide range of available back-end frameworks. Here's why it was an obvious candidate for my toolbox.
Although it isn't easy, anyone can learn how to code. It's merely a matter of pushing through. As a self-taught developer I attest to this and share my experience.