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Using PyLint Feedback to Improve Your Code

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You may come across certain messages PyLint returns to you, you don’t agree with. The purpose of this lesson is to show you a few examples, where this can happen.

Mike K on June 7, 2020

Pylint is a good starting-point for beginners. There was a 3 month period where I had to work on an API written in Ruby and Rubocop (which is the Ruby equivalent of Pylint) taught me a lot of best practices.

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