Complete Backend Development 2021 Bundle - Python Roadmap

Become Self-Taught Python Developer - Backend Development in 2021 with Python, Django, SQLite3, Heroku, GIT & More!

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15.5 hours


Jun 2021

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What you will learn

Learn To Write Clean And Proper Python Code With Concept.

Learn About 4 Pillars Of Object Oriented Programming!

Learn How To Handle Error And Exceptions With Python

Learn about Django Apps, Templates, Models & Migrations.

Implement CRUD Functionality. (Create, Read, Update and Delete) on Applications

Learn about MVT (Model, View Template) for Web apps

Build rock solid foundation in Git and learn key-related concepts.

Manage and Update files with Git (move, rename, delete)

Learn GitHub and how to use and manage the web based Git repository.


Welcome to The Complete 2021 Backend Development Bootcamp - Python Roadmap,
Throughout the course, we will explore the most important technologies and concepts you need to know to become a market-ready developer.

Here is the structural flow that we will follow,

  • Basics of Programming

  • Core Python

  • Object-Oriented Programming

  • Python Projects

  • Django Core

  • Django Authentication

  • Django Deployment

  • Git and GitHub

Here are few companies that use these technologies -
Google, Facebook, Instagram, Spotify, Quora, Netflix, Dropbox, Reddit, and 1000 others.

Why we prefer Django Framework?
Since Django is written in pure Python, it was originally built around the Model View Controller (MVC) framework. The concept is still applicable in the current version of the framework, as well. But when it comes to Django, developers usually refer to the architecture of Django as Model View Template (MVT).

Three distinct layers are responsible for supporting the architecture, and they can be used separately in the Python Django framework. Models hold information about all your data, and they are represented using attributes/fields. Models have no information about Django layers. Communication between multiple layers is made possible only through an API.

Why this course?

  • Complete course is focused on project building approach, you learn every concept through a logical approach.

  • Learn all important concepts in the simplest possible way with tons of examples, projects, and quizzes.

  • Course is 2021 Updated

  • No previous programming or coding experience required, we will cover everything step-by-step from basics.

Enroll now and I will make sure you learn best about development


Complete Backend Development 2021 Bundle - Python Roadmap
Complete Backend Development 2021 Bundle - Python Roadmap
Complete Backend Development 2021 Bundle - Python Roadmap
Complete Backend Development 2021 Bundle - Python Roadmap



Course Introduction

Welcome To Course

Setup - Installing Python

Python Programming - 2020

Installing Python on Windows

Python 3.8 Version Update

Different Methods To Execute Python Codes

Writing Our First Python Program

Variables and Python Memory Management

Datatypes in Python

Datatypes in Python

Sequences in Python

Sets, Dictionary

Literals and Identifiers

Reserve Words - You Cann't Use Them!

Operators in Python

Operators: Arithmetic, Assignment

Operators: Unary Minus, Relational, Logical, Boolean

Understanding Escape Characters

Input and Output

Introduction to Input and Output Statements

Output Statements

Input Statements

Python Built-in Functions and Built-in Module

IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

Installing IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

Run .py Through Terminal

Python Control Statements

Conditionals: If, If ... Else and Indentation

Conditionals: If ... Else Statements With Operators

Conditionals: if... elif ... else Statements + Nested if Statements

Loops In Python

While Loop

For Loops - Part 1

For Loops - Part 2

Break and Continue Statements

Strings and Characters

Comments and Doc Strings

Diving Deep With "Strings"

Lists, Tuples and Dictionaries

Diving Deep - List

Diving Deep - Tuples

Diving Deep - Dictionaries

Indexing, Slicing, Negative Indexing


What are Functions?

Parameters, Arguments, Return

Formal and Actual Arguments (arg, *arg, **karg)

Local and Global Variables

Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

Classes and Objects in Python (OOP)

Understanding init() Method and 'self ' Parameter

Solving Task: OOPS

Defining Multiple Constructors in Python?


Public And Private Methods


Getter and Setter

Creating And Importing Module

Creating User Defined Module

Multiple Inheritance

Understanding super() Function [Part 1]

Understanding super() Function [Part 2]

Python Naming Convention (Classes, Variables, Functions, Methods ...)



Abstract Classes

Discussing Over import And from

Operator Overloading [Part 1]

Operator Overloading [Part 2]

Errors And Exceptions Handling

Errors - Types of Errors!


Exceptions Handling Introduction

Exceptions Handling

Try, Except, Else And Finally

Raising Exception

Creating User Defined Exception

__name__ == "__main__"

if __name__ == "__main__"

Python I/O - File Handling

Creating Text File And Write Content

Appending Files | Solving Example - File Handling

How To Read Content From A File

Python Package Management System

pip - PyPI for Managing Python packages

Project - Face Detection

What is OpenCV?

OpenCV Face Detection With Python

Detecting 'Elon Musk' And 'Mark Zuckerberg' Faces

Django Module Introduction

Course Introduction

Understanding Django

Project Setup

Setting Up Text Editor - VSCode

Setting Up Virtual Environment

Django 2.2 Version Update

Core Django - Starting Our Project

Startapp - Taskmate

Runserver For First Time

Django Flow and Django Structure

Urls and Views




Base Template and Jinja 2

Static Folder and Improving Website Look

Model and Migration (Database Stuff)

Admin Panel


Database Migrations

Fetch Data And Display On Template

Fetch Data From Database

Displaying Data On Templates

Adding Condition On Data

Django Forms

Adding Form and Accepting Input

Django Messages

Adding Messages and Alert Option

Close Option On Alert

Understanding CSS and Bootstrap

Understanding CSS and Bootstrap

Implementing CRUD Functionality

Deleting Queryset Item

Editing Queryset Item - 1

Editing Queryset Item - 2

Editing Queryset Item - 3

Adding Option - Mark Task As Completed

Adding Option - Mark Task As Pending


Pagination Overview

Implementing Pagination - 1

Implementing Pagination - 2

Implementing Pagination - 3

Designing Task Page

Fixing URLs and Links

Fixing Task Page Design - 1

Fixing Task Page Design - 2

Designing Home Page Using Bootstrap

Designing Home Page - 1

Designing Home Page - 2

Accounts & Authentication

Introduction - Django Authentication System

Creating User Section


Registration Form

Register Templates

Register Views [Part I]

Register Views [Part II]

Adding Email Field In Forms

Improving Form Design With Crispy Forms

Adding Grid Layout On Registration Page

Login & Logout

Login - URLs, Views & Template

Login - Functionality Test

Login - Redirect URL


Quick Design Change

Adding Restrictions

Adding Header Restriction [Part I]

Adding Header Restriction [Part II]

Adding Page Restrictions

Relationship Between Task & User

Relationship Between Task & User

Adding Foreign Key

Updating Task Input Fields

Task Of Logged-in User Only

Securing Our Application

Security Problem & Solution [Part I]

Security Problem & Solution [Part II]

Understanding Deployment Process

4 Important Pillars to Deploy

Working with GitHub and Heroku

Registering on Heroku and GitHub

Creating GitHub Repository

Working with requirements.txt and .gitignore

Django Environment Variable

Understanding Django Environ

Working with Environment Variables

Solving .env Errors [Part 1]

Solving .env Errors [Part 2]

Local System to GitHub

Push project from Local System to GitHub


Working with Django Heroku

Working with StaticRoot

Handling WSGI with gunicorn

Empty folder Staticfiles

Configuring Secret Keys

Deploying on Heroku

Setting up Database and adding users

Git Introduction

Git Introduction And Version Control System

Downloading And Installing Git

Local Configuration Git

How To Start Our Project?

Creating Our First Repository

Starting a New Local Repository with Git - Post

Basic Git Commands

Git Workflow

Comparing Changes

Solving Git Error Using StackOverflow

Undoing Changes

Reverting Changes

Git Branches


Merging Different Branches

Deleting Branches

Ignoring Unwanted Files

Ignoring Unwanted Files and Folders

Save Fragments

Stashing In Git

Important Git Fundamentals

Understanding HEAD

Open Source Project

Assisting On Open Source Project

Pull Request

Quick Recap

Thank You For Being Here!

Thank You For Being Here!


Jose4 May 2021

The course is focused, it shows an intro for Django and how to deploy it to heroku. I really liked it

Rekha27 April 2021

Yes. It is a great course for a beginner who is interested in making a career in Software Development.

Yi-Hsuan13 February 2021

All the details are well explained compared to some other popular courses. I would recommend this course for learning backend.

Gaurav2 November 2020

The course is good for those who have zero knowledge about the Python and by continuing this they have good knowledge.

Kyle7 October 2020

Seems very basic and comments about what type of IDE one should use (dark mode or not) have no bearing on wether or not someone can learn better.

Spens3 August 2020

I thought this course was great. It was exactly what I was looking for. There was actually a lot more content in this course than I expected. The content was well thought out and well explained. I really enjoyed this course and I learned a lot. Great job Shubham!

Adam23 July 2020

Course doesn't cover any testing and one of the most important parts of any coding is testing!!! Quote from Django co-creator Jacob Kaplan-Moss "Code without tests is broken by design" there for this course is broken. Choose a different one.

Maina2 June 2020

This course if good, its very beginner friendly, you might have to do some research here and there but i have had questions along the way and the instructor was very responsive. He was very helpful.

Rajesh8 April 2020

Very fast and no material available to refer back to lecture. Ended up spending 10 times more time of a lecture due to lack of availability of project files modified during the lecture.

Nadeem15 January 2020

I have listened over to Classes and its well taught course! Really appreciate simplicity of course until now.

Adnan14 December 2019

Being new to python, I feel this course is awesome as the instructor is teaching each and every thing so far. Will be updating this revive as I go further into the lectures. PS : Instructor is responding questions as soon as possible so that's a big plus point. :)


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