On 2012-12-10 18:35:52 +0000, Giacomo Spettoli said:

- IMHO your guide *is* funny...provided that you already know the
concepts. If not, one would probably prefer a little bit more "theory"
before each joke in order to get them better. For ex. why an interface
is "implemented by" a class and "provided by" an object? what's the

- there's a bit of "noise": IAmbiguity, IGuess,.. (etc) are just marker
interfaces. I understand that those are parts of the joke, but I would
probably put them in a separate place.

Thanks for the feedback! https://github.com/aclark4life/other/commit/f3587971f83b07a7d8ed3ef7733592b1c6594d4b attempts to address both of your concerns. I agree I want to cover theory, and as for "noise": I can group the interface definitions with the print statements if that helps. I think it's important to see the defs when you learning, rather than e.g. move them into interfaces.py.

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