This might seem a bit out of order because I blogged about using Django models a few weeks ago but a friend pointed it out to me that some people might actually like to learn how to connect Django to a database in the first place.
Setting up a Django project requires a lot of key pieces to be in place already. Read further
At work, we are currently busy building a report automation tool, using Django 1.6.4 for the frontend part of the application and some Python for the backend.
Basically, we define what a report looks like on the Django frontend, and then run some Python scripts on the backend to create the report we defined.
The beautiful thing about Django is how it interfaces with a database. Read further