Design3:40 with Kenneth Love
Object-oriented programming opens up a ton of new ways and ideas for us to use when creating software. That means it's time for us to start thinking about the design of our code.
- Keep your code as simple as possible
- Don't repeat yourself (DRY)
- Your code should have only the bells and whistles that it needs (YAGNI)
- Write Python like Python, not like any other language
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