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- How pylint works
- Implementing a plugin skeleton - hands-on exercise
- Invoking the plugin - hands-on exercise
- Parsing Abstract Syntax Trees in Python – hands-on exercise
- Putting together a minimalistic plugin - hands-on exercise
- Formulating (your) ideas into actionable goals - what sort of plugin would you like to create (or work from pre-existing scenarios)
- Writing code and code review - more hands-on exercise
- Python 3.6 installed and running
- Text editor or IDE of your choice – you must know how to use them !
- virtualenv (virtualenv-wrapper) tools installed and running so you can configure a working environment for your pylint plugins
- pylint >= 2.0 installed inside the virtualenv
- Medium level or experienced developers who work with Python (and/or Django) and/or QA engineers who work with the project source code directly
I really liked that there were a lot of practical exercises in which you could put the learned immediately into action.
The atmosphere was very nice, much more relaxed conversation than classic teaching style. Also, several of the techniques, especially those I doubt would hold up or be worth it (effort-gain-wise) under “real world” work conditions (as mentioned above) made me reflect on my coding style, and why I do or don't do some things (both on topics presented int he course and related ones), which I don't do that often (needed the impetus) but is really useful, even if I come to the conclusion that my style already suits my needs well.
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