Thanks for this, Pax. Would it be suitable, do you think, for someone who has just dabbled in PHP? I would like (in my amateur way) to learn some Python, though, and this might be a good way in. Thoughts?
In case people here are interested, https://dabeaz-course.github.io/practical-python/
eventually we'll get that everywhere…
some communities (notably tex.ta and godegolf.ta do have 'about' pages that are easy to find
Hmm.. an "if you're new.." section might be useful ;-)
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Is this kind of question in-scope: when X python package is more appropriate to use over Y python package? Specifically, [this]( https://github.com/ktosiek/pytest-vcr/issues/7) -- Both packages have the same decorator API ([vcrpy](https://vcrpy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/usage.html#record-modes) vs [pytest-vcr](https://pypi.org/project/pytest-vcr/))
The ["tones" chart on this site](https://www.colorhexa.com/fff5d6) (towards the bottom of the page) is useful for that sort of thing — again, you've probably got your own favourite tools for this. TA is certainly growing!