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πŸπŸ“š Python Like a PRO First Chapter is OUT πŸš€

πŸπŸ“š Python Like a PRO First Chapter is OUT πŸš€
By Guilherme Latrova • Issue #5 • View online
Hey Pythonista!
Let me cut the bullshit and talk right away about the chapter release!
I finished writing the first chapter and wanted to release it as soon as I could after getting so many great reviews from an initial draft.

By great reviews, I mean being featured at Python Bytes, Reddit feedback, Pycoder’s Issue, and some tweets/emails likeπŸ‘‡
Sebastian Raschka
To me, coding style and organization guidelines are analogous to grammar rules.
Sure, you can probably still parse a sentence if the punctuation and spacing is wrong, but it's a lot more tedious and annoying.

Excellent article with lots of good recs: https://t.co/XrXaUZrMiP
And this article was JUST A DRAFT! 🀯
(❀️ Thank you for all the love!)
πŸ“š Be the first to get the book
πŸ’πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Since I’m releasing the book before it’s finished I’m making it a special price and letting you know before anyone else (in a few hours I will announce it on Twitter).
I’ll increase the price as I release new chapters so you can save money by grabbing it now!
✍️ Chapter 2 is already in the works.
You can grab it by clicking the below link! πŸ‘‡
Get the Python Like a PRO πŸπŸ“š Book
πŸ“‘ Book Contents
Here’s the content you’re getting:
  1. Structure your project (updated with better examples)
  2. Creating modules and entry points
  3. Structure your code after the problem it solves (new)
  4. When importing packages (new)
  5. Making repetitive imports less boring (new)
  6. Managing dependencies (new)
  7. Stop using requirements.txt (new)
  8. pyproject.toml vs requirements.txt (new)
  9. Install your code locally (new)
  10. Helper scripts and tasks (new)
  11. Dealing with simple scripts (new)
  12. Dealing with complex scripts (new)
  13. Use linters (new)
  14. Sharing a directory from a real company (new)
  15. Gift: Python Templates for you (new)
πŸ’πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ In case you’re still unsure, take a look at the Python like a PRO Series to evaluate the quality:
Series: Python like a PRO
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