I wrote another Python article that got published on RealPython a month or so back. As of now, the article has 1,478 views from 1,083 unique users with an average reading time of 2:50. That's pretty dang awesome!! I'm basically famous. In all seriousness though, it's really an honor to have people reading my stuff and I truly hope that it's helpful information to at least some of those people.

The article itself has some general information about code quality (what, why, when, etc.) and then some specific Python information about tools that are available. 

Here's a link: