The third part in our journey withLearning Python The Hard Way.
Before we delve any further, we will be going back a few chapters about file I/O and we will start using the PyCharm Editor instead of the awesome iPython Notebook we have been using in the last two workshops.
You have a choice to attend Part 3 on Monday evening or Saturday morning. Only difference is that on Monday evening, it’s a shorter session with no breaks.
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