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Python for teams

Python for teams

Saturday, Jun 27, 2020

@ Openthought

If you’re a beginner or even if you’ve been doing it for years it’s easy to get lazy and just get by, on doing what you know. Churning out code or maintaining a creaking code base is a bit depressing, but relatively easy to do and you can plod along through that for a while. But there comes a time when it feels like you need to up your game. You can feel the technical debt racking up and you think there should be a better way to do this.

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