So, I'm fairly proficient at Python, but learned it back in 2.2/2.3 or so and kept up until about 3.5. Lately I have the feeling that 3.7 and particularly 3.8 are game-changers.
Are there any resources to re-learn modern , but assuming that one already knows it?
Just don't feel like going through all the changelogs and PEPs >,<.

@evilham I like this one to merge two dicts

z = {**x, **y}

OMG, that I didn't know! I think I'd have z = dict(x.items()+y.items())

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