When starting a new Python project, it can be tempting to open up a code editor and start writing some code. This is all well and good if you're just testing something out. But ideally, if you want your code to solve some specific need, then you'll want to structure your project accordingly.
So I have this blog here which doesn't get quite as much love as it should. But here we are, end of the year, and a perfect opportunity to look back and ask: What the hell just happened?
Ever since launching this blog, I've been spending a lot of time writing and not as much time coding. I've felt a little bad about that, because I genuinely enjoy working with code when focusing on an interesting feature. On the other hand, I have also been hesitant about posting on this site anything that doesn't feel connected to actual Python code.