This is an excellent article about the pros and cons of using both frameworks. Kudos for it :)
Without wanting to diminish the above frameworks, I would like to call the attention for a new contender on the block, that is worth to also consider, the Phoenix framework that is built in the Elixir programming language, that runs on top of a battle tested ecosystem, with around 30 years of existence.
Ruby on Rails developers will fill more at home with Phoenix, because their developers come from Ruby, but Python developers will not fill lost.
Maybe you could evaluate the pros and cons of Phoenix against Django and Ruby on Rails in a future article?
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