import that

Recently, I've been spending time with the thought of what makes a great developer; the embedded personality traits / intellect and the processes which could describe one. Is there such a blueprint from which great developers are built? To help ease my existential developer worry and feeling of inadequecy, I've written a few lines, out of encouragment from Tim Peters' The Zen of Python. Here we go...

[[email protected] ~]$ python
Python 3.6.1 (default, Mar 27 2017, 00:27:06) 
[GCC 6.3.1 20170306] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import that
Kyle Connolly

Bugs are better than blanks.
Blanks are better than fists.
Thorough is better than effecient,
althought efficiently thorough is ideal.
Ideals are ever pursued.
Steady is worth slow's pace.
Everything is an instance of *some* class
so; welcome being schooled.
The devil's in the details,
and will often resemble an angel-- be objective.

Simple is better than complex.
Complex is better than complicated.
Complicated is not worth its time.
Enjoyability counts.