Not that new, but still shiny
Every Python release brings something new. Some changes are real revelations; they greatly improve the way we can program and are adopted almost instantly by the community. The benefits of other changes, however, may not be obvious at the beginning and they may require a little more time to really take off.
We've seen this happening with function annotations that were part of Python from the very first 3.0 release. It took years to build an ecosystem of tools that would leverage them. Now, annotations seem almost ubiquitous in modern Python applications.
The core Python developers are very conservative about adding new modules to the standard library and we rarely see new additions. Still, chances are that you will soon forget about using the
zoneinfo modules if you don't have the opportunity to work with problems that require manipulating graph-like data structures or the careful handling of time zones. You may have already...