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Retiring Old Posts To Keep Django Fresh

Times change and so does Django, why would this blog be any different. I personally wish more people would do a little spring cleaning here and there. There are few things more frustrating than outdated posts derailing my searches.

So to keep it brief here are a few articles that are going away because frankly, they are no longer relevant:

Spring Cleaning 50s WomanAuto Adjusting Pagination As A Template Tag Plus Include
- Why? Because Django now has this built in.

Digg Style Pagination In Django Revisited
- Why? Because Django now has this built in.

Adding Custom Actions To Django Admin Change Forms
- Why? Because Django now has this built in.

Shark Or Bear – Its A Killer Website
- Why? Because it’s no longer around.

New Django Site: Samz Market and Gourmet Foods
- Why? Because its no longer around. I miss you prosciutto sandwich.

Digg For Django Is Here
- Why? Because I’ve moved on to other things.
Radioactive Waste Barrell
Digg Re-Written In Django With A Twist
- Why? Because its no longer around.

Joost Meets Django
- Why? Because Joost has disappointed me.

Installing Django on Gentoo The Hard Way
- Why? Because Gentoo has disappointed me.

If you want copies of these, they are lost forever to the ether, my apologies. I’ve become less sentimental over the years.

Written By: Paul Kenjora

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Paul Kenjora is the Product Manager and founder at AwareLabs, a company that provides the next generation website builder for small businesses. He has 10+ years product development experience, has launched sites netting millions of visits a day, and has consulted for fortune 500 companies.
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