Maybe I need to recheck the way I explain stuff on our #Python group on Telegram:
- Random joins the group, posts long "I want this";
- "Is this some class exercise?" "Yes"
- "We can answer direct questions, but we won't solve it for you" "Ok"
Then I (sadly) start posting code to point where the problem could be.
- They: "It's not working"
- Me: "Look at the variable names..."
- They: ...
- They: "Yeah, not working. Thanks."
Why is the Migration to #Python 3 Taking So Long?
(The conclusion is kinda obvious, if you are in the field long enough.)
11 new #Python web frameworks
(It's really impressive how many new frameworks just follow #Flask format for routing.)
I was about to say that I'd ride 130km just to hear people talking about #Python, but apparently I was upgraded to presenter, for some reason...
On the way back home, I noticed I wrote two small scripts in #Python today, for personal reasons.
But I want to learn #Rust, and there is very little I need to write these days... except this kind of script.
So, for the next month, I'll rewrite the scripts in Rust, and write every single stupid script I need in Rust.
It's freaking cold, but it's time to get out of bed and go to our #Python meetup.
And then, play Eldritch Horror this afternoon.
(I know there is Scrappy/BeautifulSoup for #Python, but meh.)
Seeing #Python 3.8 release notes and all I can think of is "This is going downhill since Guido is not the BDFL..."
Amber Brown: Batteries Included, But They're Leaking
I understand some of Brown points about #Python STL -- why Tkinter is there? -- and I feel that the STL should actually provide the foundation for libraries.
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