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5:17 AM
Sorry, but that question is way too general. There is an enormous leap in skill level required to get from choosing individual data structures to system design to being able to actually implement a large financial planning software project. Please as a more focused question. As it stands, the only suitable answer would be to begin by breaking the problem down and design a solution methodically, hopefully using years of experience on smaller tasks to guide you. Which is really the meta answer to just about anything in the realm of software engineering. — Wyck 57 secs ago
 
 
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9:27 AM
Good question, except that it belongs to Software engineering sitejalsh 44 secs ago
 
 
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11:34 AM
I think this question belongs on softwareengineering.stackexchange.comK Mo 1 min ago
 
 
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3:52 PM
Ryan Donovan on February 27, 2020
I recently came across this sketchnote by Tanmay Vora, and it really resonated with me. As a developer it got me thinking about how this might translate into the life of a developer and our happiness. Based on this sketchnote here are the eight factors of happiness applied to developer life. 1. Resentment Harboring resentment…
 
 
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6:42 PM
This question would be more appropriate for Software Engineering. It's not just on Python, global variables should be avoided in most languages. — Barmar 10 secs ago
 

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