Today, my friend Simon visited me. We had a nice, long chat, as we
hadn't seen each other for about 15 years while I was living in Mexico.
He gave me a book as a present:
Man, Interrupted: Welcome to the Bizarre World of OCD, Where Once More is Never Enough by
Man, Interrupted by James Bailey.
Things you’re probably not using in Python 3 – but should
Many people started switching their Python versions from 2 to 3 as a
result of Python EOL. Unfortunately,
most Python 3 I find still looks like Python 2, but with parentheses
(even I am guilty of that in my code examples in previous posts
Introduction to web scraping with Python). Below,
I show some examples of exciting features you can only use in Python
3 in the hopes that it will make solving your problems with Python
Things you’re probably not using in Python 3 – but should,
just reminded me that I probably should look into adding type
hinting to the Python version of tumblelog.