How code linting will make you awesome at Python

In Python code reviews I’ve seen over and over that it can be tough for developers to format their Python code in a consistent way: extra whitespace, irregular indentation, and other “sloppiness” then often leads to actual bugs in the program.

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The Zen of Python Illustrated

Hello, folks! I present you the new illustrated edition of The Zen of Python, an original creation by Tim Peters and a well-known feature of the Python language! As you may know, this was published before in the post Programming Comics 3, but that was a p... (more…)

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Many Models Workflows in Python: Part I

This summer I worked on my first substantial research project in Python. I’ve used Python for a number of small projects before, but this was the first time that it was important for me to have an efficient workflow for working with many models at once. I... (more…)

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