Python focuses a lot on writing readable code and also tries
to make solutions obvious, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that you
cannot write unreadable code or design your code in ways which makes it
hard to extend or maintain.
The talk shows some useful idioms to apply when writing Python code, how to structure your modules and also goes into details on which techniques to use and which to think about twice, based on 20 years of experience writing Python.
-- Marc-André Lemburg
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Charlie Clark, eGenix.com Sales & Marketing