I've been coding in Python for 10 years but still feel like a newbie in many ways. Any courses/books on structuring your projects?

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  • requests

    A simple, yet elegant, HTTP library.

    I've also tried digging, and seen people praising the Requests library(https://github.com/psf/requests). I'm a bit confused with the conflicting opinions on design, because some of the methods there are HUGE. Well I guess there's no one way.

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