Great article! Python is neither my primary nor my secondary language, but I've been using it a lot for my grad school work. I realize how naive my own Python code has been after reading your post haha. Do you have any suggestions for more material like this to learn the best practices? I have found that the python docs are not the most captivating. Thank you for this post! Great job.
Unfortunately, I haven't found much! That's precisely why I started this article series.
If you have some extra cash laying around, you could sign up for Udemy: The Complete Python Course by Codestars. He covers good practice pretty well. However, it is unfortunately quite beginner-oriented, so it's slow going at first.
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