In January 2020, I started writing about tech and programming.
When I hit publish for the first time, I had no idea you would be interested in what I had to say, but you seemed to enjoy it so I kept writing.
You read my articles for 1160 hours total.
The Startup picked up my first article, and later I also worked with Better Programming, Towards Data Science, and Level Up Coding. In 2020 I published 19 Python articles
Here is the list of the articles you enjoyed the most in 2020:
- Document Your Python Code Without Writing Documentation (28K views):
Document Your Python Code Without Writing Documentation
Things to consider while writing your code
2. How You Make Sure input() Is the Type You Want It to Be in Python (25K views):
How You Make Sure input() Is the Type You Want It to Be in Python
Input returns a string, but you don’t want that, do you?
3. Use Python to Hang Your Picture Frames on Your Wall (17.8K views)
Use Python to Hang Your Picture Frames on Your Wall
When your programming skills are better than your measuring skills
4. 9 Skills That Separate Beginners From Intermediate Python Programmers (56K views)
9 Skills That Separate Beginners From Intermediate Python Programmers
Thinking and writing code…but mostly thinking
5. Use Python to Power Up Your Day Job (6.8K views)
6 .7 Ways to Take Your New Python Skills to the Next Level (3.8K views)
7 Ways to Take Your New Python Skills to the Next Level
Projects that will push you in the right direction
7. How to Write Conway’s ”Game of Life” in Python (20K views)
From the bottom of my heart – Thank you!
I want to give a HUGE thank you to everyone I have worked with this year;
Finally, I want to say that I am grateful for the time the readers have spent reading my articles. I am humbled that you spend your valuable time with me and take the time to reach out in the comments.
It is always a good feeling when you read comments with a thumbs-up message. It is extremely valuable when you point out my mistakes.
Please keep doing that in 2021.
I’ll keep writing about many things, but Python programming is something I enjoy the most. Be prepared for more content like this in the upcoming months.