A* Interview #16: StackOverflow’s all-time Python champ, Alex Martelli

Read some of Alex’s favorite monosyllabic books, Cod and Salt.

Listen to the Art of the Fugue on LinerNotes.

Check out Alex’s personal website.

And at his suggestion, sign up for Fitocracy and get yourself in shape!

Learn about the A* Series and see more interviews here.

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