Apart from Training Django, due to increasing corporate requirement I am given assignments to interview candidates for Python & Django. Sharing my understanding of entire scenario from candidates prospective or corporate prospective.
Corporate Prospective - Companies looking for transition to open-source technologies from .NET based frameworks. What they typically want is candidates with hands-on django with good grip on python. They want people with Django + AngularJS + Spark/Big Data . AngularJS makes them full stack developer. These companies wants to leverage Big Data technologies to store & process data ( This skill is icing on the cake ). As of now companies are not getting folks with decent Django experts with 2+ years of experience. The question that still goes answerless is - 'How to add objects in a set, such that no same data containing objects are added'.
Candidate Prospective - The companies mainly looking for people who can be productive from week 2 onwards. They should know middleware stuffs,modeling etc. Very few candidates have such profile, they are expecting a bomb salary. Others didn't get a chance to gather expertise. As a candidate, go a bit deeper into django concepts, deep dive into object oriented python, some angularjs stuff - like integrate angularjs with django templates is regular question. Read about Big Data concepts - most tech stuff is now incomplete without them.
In a nutshell, companies need people for django & solid python. On a regular java walkin I see some 200+ walkin, on other hand python-django walking I see 5-6 people. There is a serious mismatch. Apart from mid-level companies, Django is quite popular among startup. They are ready to pay almost anything for a candidate with proper hands-on & knowledge base.
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