From an editing perspective, using the inverted pyramid style makes it easier to cut a story from the bottom, if necessary. Invented more than a century ago, the inverted pyramid style remains the basic formula for news writing (Scanlan, 2003). “Inverted pyramid in comprehensive form” by Christopher Schwartz is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.
Is there a good book (or guide) in how to write code that is more pythonic? Write more Python is probably the answer but thought I'd ask. :) Everything I seem to try and write in Python always comes out like I'm trying to code in a C-like language and tbh I think that's part of why I've has some trouble, just a guess.