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Practices of the Python Pro

Episode #246, published Thu, Jan 9, 2020, recorded Thu, Dec 5, 2019.

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When you can call yourself a professional developer? Sure, getting paid to write code is probably part of the formula. But when is your skillset up to that level?

Many folks in the industry suffer from imposter syndrome and other types of uncertainty. Yet, there are real techniques and skills you should know before you meet this bar.

Dane Hillard is here to share his take on the practices of the Python pro. We'll discuss concrete steps and abstract design concepts to help your code make the jump to pro level.

Links from the show

Dane on Twitter: @easyaspython
Practices of the Python Pro on Manning (discount: podtalkpython19): manning.com
Practices of the Python Pro on Amazon (preorder): amzn.to
Mockaroo: mockaroo.com
PageSpeed Insights: developers.google.com

Beginners and Experts episode: talkpython.fm

Dane Hillard
Dane Hillard
Author of Practices of the Python Pro 🐍📘 Lead web application developer at ITHAKA
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