I already have PyCharm installed but I should get a IPython development environment going, that interactive shell is so good
 - http://ipython.org/
requests has a built-in JSON decoder 😍
friends don't let friends write Python 2 code in 2017
@staticsafe we have users at work that still run Python 2.6 (because centos) and I despair every time
@staticsafe catch the error and skip to the next item?
@Gargron yep, trying a try/except atm
@staticsafe don't take this the wrong way but this conversation is making me very warm 😅
@staticsafe I will 😛. I don’t want to port the whole legacy project to Python 3.
@staticsafe ::whispers:: *2018
@thefishcrow my brain still stuck in 2017 apparently
@staticsafe no worries!
@staticsafe i think a corollary of this is "don't let your friends use old CentOS versions in 2017"
unfortunately.... *cries quietly on the inside*
@staticsafe Is it OK if it's Python 6 (i.e. valid as Py2 and Py3)?
@staticsafe I started calling it python and legacy python.
@staticsafe Ya use ! ...../s
@staticsafe they should have named it python++ to make it easy to Google *runs*
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