A Rubyist’s confessions on Python
Csaba Okrona

Great article! It definitely piqued my interest in Ruby as a Python developer.

I would argue, though, that the functional programming example in Python could be better written to show why Python tends to favor comprehensions for the sake of clarity.

'\n'.join(u.name() for u in users if u.name())

or to be even more clear

"\n".join(u.name() for u in users if len(u.name()) > 0)
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