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Code Kata Night #2

  • Nov 30, 2011 · 6:30 PM
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For our second Code Kata Night, we'll be working on the Bowling Scoring problem.

We're trying out a new venue in Boulder using the Mathematics Building at CU.  (Thanks to Bart Kastermans for offering this place to us.)  You can find parking along this street.

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  • Gabriel M.

    Bill reminded me that I promised to share my PyLint ignore list. First a little background. PyLint is a tool for checking your Python source code for non-obvious errors, PEP8 compliance, and other similar problems. You can run PyLint on your code after you've written it, or you can integrate it into your IDE:
    http://www.logilab.org/card/pylint_manual#ide-integration

    As promised, here is my ignore list
    --disable=W0612,W0142,C0103,W0511,E1121,W0212,E1101,W0232,W0233,W0613,W0201,E1103,W0223

    December 3, 2011

  • Gabriel M.

    The Code Kata experience was very interesting, if a little jarring at times. I'm glad I attended and participated.

    December 1, 2011

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