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Kenneth LoveTreehouse Guest Teacher
So, this is way early, but I thought I'd share a few fun things in Python.
If you already have Python installed, open it up (type
python in your terminal) and then type:
and press return.
OK, back to Python's shell.
This is the Zen of Python and is something very much worth reading and remembering, not just for Python but for almost all programming you do.
Alright, last one in the Python shell. This one is a bit of an in-joke for Python, but type:
from __future__ import braces
Read the error message for the joke.
And, lastly, here's a handy cheat sheet I just came across today.
Let me know if you have any Python questions I can ask before the course comes out (last half of July, before you ask)!
Brain explosion. I already have a question but, I'll focus on the tracks I'm on. I'll be ready in July.
Lee Hughes8,380 Points
Kenneth Love I'm soooo pumped for this course. Expect a lot of questions from me during it...
While I'm learning Rails at the moment which is cool for some reason I'm attracted to Python more due to how it can be used in science and data.. I'm heavily attracted to the quantified self movement which I think Python will work well with.
i don't get the last one from future import braces