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Django Migrations 101: Course Summary

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This is an overview of everything you’ve learned about migrations.

Anonymous on March 31, 2019

Nice. Sweet and Short. Need more of these on Django

Daniel on April 7, 2019

Great series of videos. Hope to see more Django video series in the future.

Indran Naidoo on April 9, 2019

Succinct and relevant…no fluff!!!

Edgar Isai on May 10, 2019

Like it, you went straight to the point.

Ghalyah AlAnsari on May 24, 2019

Great, thank you!

Hizakakkun on May 31, 2019

Thank you

sion on July 29, 2019

Good stuff, well presented thank you

Silver on Dec. 6, 2019

Nice Course!! Thanks!

akshay on Jan. 10, 2020

To the point. Lessons are small enough that we can use them as references as well.

Dion Johnson on Feb. 8, 2020

Thank you, great course.

sureshkumar on April 7, 2020

Hi,

How to overcome common errors while applying migrations like table already exists ,dependent migration required..etc

tsusadivyago on May 11, 2020

naming migrations, show migration and unapply migration were plus for me

KatMac on July 30, 2021

Awesome. Please make more of these type of video: short and sweet.

rodrimedeiros on Feb. 22, 2022

Really nice course. For me two important things that I learned from this course that I consider a senior behavior are:

1 - makemigrations per app - thinking for example like commits in git where you try to change only one thing and commit in order to make easy go one step back. Same thinking for migrations.

2 - define a descriptive names for migrations - it’s nice to look to the migration and know what is going on. And where I have to go if I wanna to go back to a previous schema.

And about you guys, What did you consider an important learning in this course?

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