[BangPypers] A question for us...
ramdas at developeriq.com
Fri Mar 13 07:32:44 CET 2009
Answer is $$$ is required for funding conferences. The organizers did not
find anyone with $$$ who has some vested interest in Python. If they had
you'd see Python there. I you look at sponsors of the conference, you can
map them easily to talks/topics of interest.
In India for every python developer you can find 5K java developers. As a
company CEO will you look at Python or Java, when it is not the decision
maker who'll write the code?
Evangelism is the only answer. Sun had billions to promote Java, and they
are(or were) reaping billions out of it. I don't know of any vendor with
such vested interest in Python. Till then community (including you and me)
need to do the bit, and reduce the gap even it's by inches....
On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 11:39 AM, Vishal <vsapre80 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I received this invite to the Great Indian Developer summit.
> The four day long summit focuses on .NET, Java, Web and other things.
> I am wondering why there is nothing related to Python in this conference.
> Is corporate computing still only about .NET, Java and Web with
> ColdFusion/AIR etc.
> Given the fact that almost everything that is discussed here can be
> achieved in Python, what should be done to bring Python closer to the
> Corporate guys.
> What can be done about this at our end? I remember having read that Java
> became 'Java' not just because of the VM concept but also because of the
> aggressive marketing that SUN did for it.
> what you say?
> Thanks and best regards,
> Vishal Sapre
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