Ehrm. I just realized that I'm using abc.ABCMeta wrong. 🤦🏻♀️
Why did Python core developers decide to "allow" instantiation of abstract classes (classes that are inheriting from abc.ABC or abc.ABCMeta)? Is it one of those, "we are all responsible adults here. put underscore at the beginning of private properties. don't access them directly even if you _can_"
Hello everybody! I was wondering if any of you dabbles in Machine Learning, and if you could recommend me some bibliography for TensorFlow. Thanks ;)
Just putting this here for easy reference. I will soon gather them to a Meta Question here.
Relevant meta post
They are all good thoughts — and mostly applicable in other communities too. I guess an answer that's useful for future users is one that explicitly draws out a principle of good coding, so we have to hope that that is the way people will vote in practice
Or maybe I don't have to come up with a comprehensive draft.... and just put the last 3 messages I have here in the Meta Question 🤔
Also wondering whether CR could be inline with TA's goal of being a "library of knowledge" --- Can CRs ever be crafted so it's useful for future users?
So far I have.... "Code should already be a working solution?" --- thinking through as well what that would look like given TA's Q&A format.