I think that the most important aspect of programming is the readability of the source code that you write or maintain. This involves many things, from the syntax of the programming language, to the variable names, comments, and indentation. Here I discuss the last one of these, indentation.
It’s not about indentation size, or the choice between tabs and spaces, or if it should be required in a language such as Python. A lot of people like to use a maximum line length for each line of code, usually 80 or 120 characters. With this idea, there is no maximum length, and sometimes you’ll need to use the horizontal scrollbar. But don’t freak out, it is not for the whole code — it’s just for some parts of it.
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