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Is Django stable?
This question has been asked in the job interview, and I could not find an answer?
That seems like an odd question, is there any more context to it? Generally languages and frameworks - Django included - have stable releases and development releases. Most of the time you should be using the stable releases, unless you have a specific reason for wanting to use the development ones, such as testing a new feature.
There's a good FAQ here that covers Django and Python versions and compatibility.