Python celebrates 30 years “young and still going strong! Python’s devs like to keep Python fun to use. The language’s name is a tribute to the British comedy group Monty Python.” Cheers to Python!
PEP 8 – Style Guide for Python Code gives coding conventions for the Python code comprising the standard library in the main Python distribution.
Also, one of our users asked how to configure Codacy Python linters, "I recently enabled GitHub Codacy scans on my repo. The Pylint* and Prospector modules (if that is the right terminology) report a lot of warnings:
I have to believe there’s a way to configure what they flag, perhaps via an
rc file or a
.yml placed somewhere , but I haven’t figured out what the config files should be named, where they should be placed, and what the allowable syntax(es) are. I’d be happy to RTFM if I could figure out the FM to R.
How do I configure the linters invoked by Codacy code scanners on GitHub?"
I know some of our members use Python and we’d love to hear some of the tips and suggestions you have specifically for this programming language.
@EmilyBourne @JoaoVasques @kezhenxu94 @masbentoooredoo @mdantonio @MrGeeDee @mustafaozhan @piairoeduardo @ppfeufer @romain @vishalpathikgupta feel free to exchange some insights, looking forward to reading your ideas on this
Also, sorry if I forgot someone, everyone is more than welcome to share knowledge and experience!