[Jython/Java] Which books, which IDEs, which other tools?

Jonathan Hogg jonathan at onegoodidea.com
Fri Jan 25 12:00:38 CET 2002

On 24/1/2002 21:12, in article
mailman.1011906819.7228.python-list at python.org, "James_Althoff at i2.com"
<James_Althoff at i2.com> wrote:

> But the Jython interpreter *is* 100% pure Java.  So your prototype already
> is *in* Java.  Yes, it so happens that your "Java" program processes some
> files that *look* like Python.  But what's the harm in that? <wink>

I tried that argument ;-)

The problem is that, in banking anyway, maintenance is the key issue. While
I believe Python code is as maintainable (or more) than Java code, Java
programmers are ten-a-penny in London while Python seems to be a much more
specialised skill.

[Judging by the calls I get from agents asking if I want a Python job, or
know someone who does. They always say that mine is the only CV on their
database that mentions Python.]


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