Remember PEP 8
Whit help from the lyrics of the song I made a short TL;DR.
Avoid wildcard imports.
Basically write compact code.
Trailing commas go behind list items.
Correct comments are important.
Constants should be named all capital letters and camelCase is not for Python
Never use a bare exception.
As PEP 20 says, "Readability counts".
The PEP8 Song
I think this song can help you remember Pep 8.
The lyrics to the song can be found below the video on Youtube.
A songification of that most holiest of Python Enhancement Proposals, the PEP 8.
Based on an idea by Daniel "Mr. Hemlock" Brown.
Written and performed by Leon Sandøy, A.K.A. lemonsaurus.
Music and melody from Mad World by Roland Orzabal.
This version was inspired by the version released by Gary Jules.
🌎 Website: https://lemonsaur.us/
Dessert In A Can - Neapolitan Ice Cream by Amundsen Brewery
Type: Stout - Imperial / Double Pastry
ABV: 10.5 %
Flavor: Fudge, vanilla, chocolate and coffee.
My rating: 4.5 / 5
Its fudge, vanilla and coffee.
First its a smell of sweet fudge but then there's a distinct hint of vanilla.
The taste is also fudge and vanilla but after a wile a taste of chocolate and coffee amerce and blend in.
The remaining taste is definitely coffee.
This is dessert on a can with coffee.
Git housekeeping commands
TLDR: git branch -d <branch name> # Local "safe" delete
git checkout master
git branch -r
Branches merged into checked out branch (master)
git branch --merged
Local "safe" delete
git branch -d <branch name 1> <branch name 2> ...
git branch --no-merge
Remote "unsafe" delete
git push --delete origin <branch name 1> <branch name 2> ...
git remote prune origin --dry-run
Triple Berry Pie by Brewski
Type: Sour - Fruited Berliner Weisse
Flavor: Raspberry, vanilla, Fruity, Sour, Sweet
My rating: 4 / 5
Lots of pie and vanilla scent.
A reasonably thick and fine layer of foam.
Some nice sourness with raspberries and blueberry flavor.
It's a raspberry pie with vanilla.
Belgian Abbey mead recipe
- 4.5-5 l Demijohn
- 4.5-5 l stockpot
Good to have equipment:
To calculate the ABV you can use the formula:
(OÖ - FÖ) / 7.5 = ABV
OÖ: Original °Öchsle
FÖ: Final °Öchsle
My result: (70 - -5) / 7,5 = 10 ABV
Or this formula:
(OG - FG) x 131 = ABV
OG : Original Gravity
FG : Final Gravity
My result: (1.070 - 1,000 + 0.005) x 131 = 9,825 ABV
- 1,3 kg Honey
- 3,5 l Water
- 10 g Yeast
Wash the demijohn.
Fill the demijohn with water and sterilizer.
Wait 30 minutes.
Wash the stockpot.
Pour the sterilized water from the demijohn in the stockpot.
Wash two spoons, a funnel, a hydrometer, a thermometer, a bung and an airlock.
Put the equipment in the stockpot with the sterilized water.
Wait 30 minutes and rinse the equipment thoroughly and put them in a dish rack.
Dissolve the honey with 3,5 l new fresh spring water in the stockpot. If nessesary heat the water to a max ~32°C to dissolve the honey completely.
Wait for the honey water mix to cool down below 20°C and measure the gravity with a hydrometer. I got +70 °Öchsle ( = 1.070 Specific Gravity)
Pour the honey water mix in to the demijohn.
Pour the yeast in the demijohn and put on the bung with airlock.
Let it ferment for at least 4 weeks.
Measure the gravity with a hydrometer. I got -5 °Öchsle ( ~ -0.005 Specific Gravity)
Transfer into bottles. Drink, enjoy and scold in the company of good friends!