In working with python for the first time, I've found that I end up writing multiple classes in the same file, which is opposed to other languages like Java, which uses one file per class. Usually, ...
I was browsing a github project and found this module which has more than 8 thousands lines. Is it good practice to have that much code in a single module? Shouldn't this be split over multiple ...
I have a complex object (call it BusinessLogic) which provides an RPC interface to semi-trusted users. The functions in the RPC interface have to decide which procedure to call, check authorisation ...
Doing a google search for "pythonic" reveals a wide range of interpretations. The wikipedia page says: A common neologism in the Python community is pythonic, which can have a wide range of ...
Consider a Python class with a number of @staticmethod methods and few instance methods. The static methods don't accept an instance of the defining class as parameters. Do you think that all these ...