A new song for the Zen of Python #Python @pumpichank
The Zen of Python is a well-known collection of aphorisms which describe the aesthetics of the Python language. They were channeled by Pythonista Tim Peters in 2004 and codified as PEP20.
It was a throwaway python-list post. But like all great triumphs of literature, it was written during commercials breaks while watching professional wrestling on TV, and munching on a ham sandwich. All true!
Barry Warsaw recently wrote a song and lyrics based on the Zen of Python under the terms of a Creative Commons CC BY-NA-SA 4.0 license – We Fear Change.
“The Zen of Python” audio in both WAV and MP3 formats
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