Since I don't care about python2. I probably should stop writing ``class MyClass(object):``, but ``class MyClasss:`` just **looks wrong**.
Every time I need to check when Python release reaches EOL:
1. Duck it
2-5. Find irrelevant information
6. Find issues in python bugtracker: "Simple End-of-life guide" (https://bugs.python.org/issue25296)
7. Find out proper page via link in the issue: https://devguide.python.org/
8. Scroll down to the bottom and see: "I see this has been closed, but the page on the devguide is still really hard to find. "
9. Try not to cry.
Can anyone here recommend good #python for beginners MOOC (or other remote resource).
It would be good if it was not very expensive.
Asking for a friend (actually). Friend is kind of stuck in simple wodpress/drupal/admin jobs and wants to break this cycle.
Everytime I whine about sad state of packaging in #python, I need to remember that it could be worse.
#npm returned "418 I'm a teapot" error for couple of hours today, due to some programming error.
npm command was returning: "npm ERR! code E418 npm ERR! 418 I'm a teapot: ..."
Use dynamic languages they say, ad-hoc data structures are cool they say.
This is what Python was *before* typing.NamedTuple.
One man developement team from Poland. Mostly I do python stuff.
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