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TOO MUCH CODING?
RYANTADIPARTHI (6009)

Hi guys, so I wanted to know if I learned enough Django to move on to other languages. So I've been doing Django for like 1 month or so. I also made a lot of apps with it. You can check them out if you want to, and I'm in the process of making a big one right now. So I also want to move on to other stuff, so could anyone tell me if I need to do more Django or not, or if I can move on. Or if the answer is more Django, please tell me how much more.

Thanks!!

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Coder100 (17103)

Well, once you get bored with django feel free to move on, but overall, it doesn't really matter how much django you know as long as you can accomplish what you want!

RYANTADIPARTHI (6009)

@Coder100 Well you're right, but one thing is, when you get bored and you go on, then won't your mind get not used to other's. Like each time you get bored with something, if you keep going on, then you won't learn anything right?

Coder100 (17103)

so you are bored of django? @RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (6009)

@Coder100 Well, not that much, but kind of.

CT2224 (142)

If you are a beginner, and just started, then it will take you about 3 months. If you are really good, you can move on.

RYANTADIPARTHI (6009)

@KirikAltekar Hi, thanks for your reply, so I've been doing Django for 1 month or so, so is that good enough or no?

CT2224 (142)

If you are good, yes but if you think you can learn more, you can do that @RYANTADIPARTHI.

RYANTADIPARTHI (6009)

@KirikAltekar I actually think I am good, but there is still stuff I should learn. so should I do that?