So read the following carefully!
🧐 It's kind of like a wise person or mentor, helping you write better code while grasping the very essence of Python.
It was written by Tim Peters, a highly respected programmer in the Python community.
📝 It's a kind of poem, composed of 19 aphorisms that humorously summarize the principles behind Python's design.
When I discovered it, I thought it was brilliant!
A kind of checklist that allows us, among Python developers, to speak a universal language.
If you're a seasoned Pythonista, there's zero chance you don't know this document, and if you're a beginner, it's a good way to grasp the whole essence of this language.
In future articles, I'll analyze some aphorisms, so if you're curious, hit the bell 🔔
Open a Python repl and type this command:
or got to PEP20
Did you know "The Zen of Python"?
What's your favorite aphorism and why?
I'll be waiting for you in the comments!