& Say Goodbye to:
Fearing the Python nodes in your Dynamo scripts
You copied them from somewhere and they just... works! You probably can't fix them in case of errors, can't optimize their performance, and can't extend their functionality yourself.
Overly dependent on other people's custom Dynamo packages
You can wait for months hoping a package author will add the new Revit API commands as a node. When it finally arrives, you may have to fix lots of your old Dynamo scripts to work with the new package version while hoping this won't create a dozen new bugs...
Being confused over what Python skills to learn for use in Revit
It's easy to find Python tutorials, but do you really need to learn ALL of its concepts and practices for using it in Dynamo?! Being overwhelmed probably scares you from even starting your learning.
Unstructured learning from random Dynamo tutorials
It's also easy to find Dynamo tutorials, but so few of them use Python to break away from dependency on custom packages. The ones that do probably go too fast anyway, and do not have time to cover basic concepts...