Django is my first darling as far as the frameworks go.

I love its clean separation of concerns, lending itself to a seamless workflow between the front-end designers and programmers. That is, if you take the time to extend the template language and document your tags/filters properly.

I enjoy developing reusable apps more than project level development. I believe, for the sake of a clean architecture, it's worth making that extra effort to decouple apps and make them reusable.

People who abuse the ORM (django-mptt) or try to bend the framework to their will (dynamic translation apps) or violate it by embedding those ugly WYSIWYG editors, may the elegance of Django elude you forever.

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