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Yeah, I started my web dev learning four years ago using PHP and I dabbled in Laravel a bit. Learnt Java, I liked it better than PHP but when I saw Python I knew it was going to be my main language.

On my first job, they required me to learn Django and I absolutely loved it.

The admin panel, the shell, the clear MVT model, the scaffold, everything. It took me a while, more than other frameworks, to understand it, but I'm going to change Django for nothing.

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