Is Python Dead? Long Live Python!
philh at comuno.freeserve.co.uk
Fri Jul 13 01:15:02 CEST 2001
On Thu, 12 Jul 2001 08:04:17 -0500, Kemp Randy-W18971 <Randy.L.Kemp at motorola.com> wrote:
>I mentioned in a previous listing that someone else on the list made that
>statement, and I was raising a question, given that the information was
>true. But I also have my doubts. PHP is also competing for the market with
>JSP, ASP, and Cold Fusion, and you can run JSP (with Tomcat) and ASP (with
>Win doze and IIS) for nothing. Ruby is still mainly used in Japan, and not
>outside that country. There is a good test of how popular something is.
>Walk into a big book store that carries technical books (Border's is an
>example in the US), or a web outlet like www.amazon.com. Count how many
>books are on a topic: Perl, Java, Python, Ruby, PHP, ASP, etc. It may not
>be foolproof, but it is a good start. And yes -- I am a big Python fan, even
>though I don't get a chance to use it as frequently as others on this list.
There are a lot more pytohn books now than there were a few years
ago. I have never seen a Ruby book.
## Philip Hunt ## philh at comuno.freeserve.co.uk ##
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