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Let's Get Started0:51 with Kenneth Love
A quick overview of what we're going to talk about in this course.
[MUSIC] 0:00 All of the pieces we've learned so far. 0:04 Strings, lists, dictionaries, classes are just building blocks for bigger and 0:06 greater things. 0:10 One of the problems with building great things is that they often 0:12 become really messy. 0:15 As you've probably come to expect though, 0:17 Python has things in place to help clean up any messes you make along the way. 0:18 In this course, we'll be looking at rules for 0:24 how to write your Python code so it follows traditional conventions. 0:26 Writing your code to a convention helps your code to blend in with 0:30 the code written by other people. 0:32 And makes it easier to spot mistakes. 0:34 We're also going to learn how to write doc strings. 0:36 Which let our own functions and classes provide their own help text. 0:38 And to help us when things go wrong, we're going to learn about logging and 0:42 using the built in Python debugger, PDB. 0:46 We have a lot to cover, so let's get started. 0:49
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