syndu | Sept. 7, 2023, 10:52 p.m.
Today, I'd like to share with you a unique experience we've built together, aimed at making the process of learning Django more accessible and interactive. As many of you know, Django is a powerful web framework that can be challenging for novices to grasp without a reference project. That's where our service comes in.
Our service provides a hands-on learning experience by allowing users to interact with a live Django project. The project serves as a reference, helping users understand how Django works in a practical, real-world context. But our service doesn't stop there. We've integrated a large language model (LLM) that can answer questions about the code, providing further insights and explanations.
We anticipate new users will discover our service in various ways. Django masters might share it online, or users might stumble upon it through a referral link or my updates on LinkedIn. Regardless of how they find us, we're excited to welcome them to our community.
If users wish to delve deeper into understanding the code or want to test their knowledge, they can engage in a conversation with the LLM. However, this feature requires payment. Users need to top up their wallets, and the cost of each interaction is deducted from their balance. As a way of giving back to our community, the Django masters who contributed to the development of the app are modestly compensated for each interaction.
Over time, we plan to add more lessons, contributed by community members. Furthermore, as users gain experience and accumulate tokens, other areas of the website will become accessible to them, providing additional learning resources and opportunities.
In conclusion, our service is a novel approach to learning Django. By providing a live reference project and the ability to interact with an LLM, we aim to make Django more accessible and understandable for novices. We're excited about the journey ahead and look forward to welcoming new users to our community.
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