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Finite State Machines
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Feb 2021
BTW, did you check this?6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Feb 2021
I've used https://github.com/pytransitions/transitions in production python systems.
It worked great but the system was fairly simple and wasn't changed often. In my opinion, it's nicer when the state machine can be defined as configuration (in XML or whatever) and then generate the code. Unfortunately that's not possible with vanilla pytransitions, but I suppose you could build a layer on top of it.
Advent of Code 2020: Day 25 with Generators in Python
2 projects | dev.to | 24 Dec 2020
How long does it take for you to get ready to develop a good Python library?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 15 Mar 2022
Hi all. After more then half a year study advanced python and SE principles I would like to develop a library of my liking. I’m aiming for a common decorators library. But after I saw the source code of tenacity (A retry pattern library). I was discouraged. It’s still very complicated to me for now. I can understand a lot of tenacity now. But to code it as beautiful as the auther is tough. Tenacity is not even a big library. My goal is to develop something bigger. I read Learning Python, know many standard library, then two books on SE. A design patterns book for python (broad not deep). And a clean code book (This one is pretty deep). Beyond that I know data structure and algo stuff. I thought I know python at an immediate level now. But seems source code is out of reach. Just wondering how long in python dev before you can develop something like tenacity.
What are some alternatives?
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