How your company think about python?

Bo M. Maryniuck b.maryniuk at
Tue Aug 20 13:53:35 CEST 2002

On Tuesday 20 August 2002 13:37, Peter Hansen wrote:
> Ways to Get Python Into Your Company:
> 1. Build a good reputation for yourself then choose to do something with
> Python.
Yes. Exactly as I did it. ;-)

> 2. Skunkworks.  Don't tell anyone until you're done and they start asking
>    how the heck you did it so fast/well.
Yes, but it can be negative for your employment, if your company uses "the 
only" way... Here you should be VERY carefull.

> 3. ?
Writing a tests. At this point Java, Perl and TCL still deep outsiders.

Regards, Bogdan

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