Do you want to get hired as a Django developer? It doesn’t matter if you are looking for your first Django job fresh out of school, if you want to switch companies to advance your career, or if you are a freelancer looking for your next gig: you will probably have to answer some technical interview questions to demonstrate your knowledge and experience.
Are you the kind of person that gets sweaty palms just thinking about a technical interview? The primary reason why almost everybody is uncomfortable in a job interview is that you are simply not used to it. A technical interview has very little to do with your day to day work. A seemingly easy question might catch you off guard, even if you are an experienced developer.
I have been on both sides of the interview table and I want to help you prepare for your next interview. I have created a free email course with 30 days of interview questions.
Subscribe below, and you will find one or more Django interview questions in your inbox each day. The corresponding answers will arrive on the next day, to give you some time to ponder the answers.
Questions range from beginner to advanced level. Some have one correct single-line answer, others are more open ended and could be the starting point of an lively discussion in an in-person interview.
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