On learning Python, and a style guide

As I continue to learn and work with Python as a programming language, I’m liking it more and more. I feel my code tightening up, and I’m beginning to see why the Python community are so loyal to the vague but useful idea of Pythonic code.

I wish I’d seen this Python style guide a little earlier on in my learning though:

While I’m not far off with most of this, it makes me want to go back and tidy up a bit now, which never feels like the most effective use of time (though it may be in the long run).

And I particularly liked the phrase “A Foolish Consistency is the Hobgoblin of Little Minds” 🙂