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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜
Author of Practices of the Python Pro () πŸπŸ“˜ Lead web application developer at
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ 21h
Replying to @ashkantana
Thanks a bunch for the feedback! Logging can happen at each abstraction layer depending on the visibility you need in your system. Exceptions might occur at any layer, but you may want to avoid surfacing them directly to users, showing friendly error messages instead.
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 23
Replying to @easyaspython
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 23
I sometimes have to avoid looking in the Terra chips bag because if I do I feel like I'm chowing down on potpourri.
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 23
Replying to @webology
There were a worrisome number of Python books like this. My theory is that they're run through Google Translate and back again, maybe a few times. For a while Amazon was suggesting them heavily as related content to other real books, and it took quite a bit of grumbling to fix πŸ˜•
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 23
I'm so thankful for the 10 Amazon reviews so far, and would appreciate your addition if you've read the book!
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 23
Replying to @QuinnyPig @awscloud
Plastic Compute Cloud
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 22
Replying to @noopkat
Dang, love your controller ✨☁️
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 22
Also not to be confused with "Stygian Shore," a different band from Kansas.
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 22
I was in a band called The Stygian Shore in grade school, and I feel both this question and its answer are valid when comparing us to Styx πŸ˜†
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Marina Ayano K May 21
Kids these days will never know the hardships of each week having to overcook a fresh hardboiled egg yolk for the computer mouse
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 21
Replying to @yera_ee @natfriedman
I think this is still a pretty widely agreed upon anxiety, do you know of this is being actively explored?
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 20
Replying to @di_codes
At least TypeError I prefer to be covered by type hints now. I don't mind if built-in exceptions are raised, as long as they're either very clear in context or well documented.
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 19
$ npm ruin test
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 19
πŸ‘€
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 19
Replying to @bitandbang
Gonna start calling them Yuri and Earl
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 19
I’ll be hair for you
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 19
Replying to @AdamChainz @mblayman
MyModel.objects.just_all_of_it()
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 19
Replying to @chriswilcox47
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 18
Replying to @brianokken
Reminds me of a physics class exercise where we had to guess the shape of something covered by a sheet of poster board by rolling marbles under it and seeing how they deflected. Even if we were close, the resolution was poor.
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Dane Hillard πŸπŸ“˜ May 18
Replying to @jezdez
I really can’t speak to any of thatβ€”what was the discussion like at the time of proposal?
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