Use black, mypy, and pylint to make your Python code more professional

When you write Python code by yourself, you may not pay attention to the styling. As long as the code works, you may say “job is done”. Well, if you never share your code with anyone else, it’s OK. However, it’s not OK if you work in a team, and not OK at all if you are a professional Python developer. Good styling, type annotation, and documentation can make your Python code more professional, more readable, and also more enjoyable for others.

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