After recounting this experience during a recent conversation I realized I'd never written it down anywhere. My memory is only getting worse from here on in, so for the sake of posterity... one of my most fun deep-dive experiences so far: the time I found a bug in the Go standard library (and/or glibc, depending on who you ask).
I'm assuming you agree (or will consider) that adding some type-checking to your Python code can help you find bugs or otherwise improve your software. You've definitely heard of mypy, and possibly one or more of pytype, pyre, and pyright. That's a lot of options! What should you use?
I gave a talk at PyColorado 2019! Thank you to Frank, Scott, Emily, the Cuttlesoft team, and everyone else at PyColorado for an awesome event!
A little while ago, I encountered a blog post that's stuck in my head ever since -- Adam Drake's experiment with command-line tools for data processing. Ever since then, I've wanted to do a little experimenting of my own. I finally got around to it this evening.
A little background: at an exciting startup project, we're developing two main components -- a mobile client (a smartphone app) and a server. Currently, we've got an iOS (iPhone / iPad) client out, in a very early preview stage (more of an alpha than a beta) and we're building the Android side to match.