When Python was initially developed in 1989, it was built on the fundamental of Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) principle. Over the years, Python has evolved as one of the most popular programming languages and can be used to develop a host of applications such as web applications, text and image processing applications, machine learning, or even Enterprise-level applications. But before digging into the various applications of Python, it is important as a developer to set up the development environment to simplify and organize the process of application development.
Organizing the Development Environment
Software programmers often face challenges such as understanding and writing code, building logic, and linking ...