jlh at cox.net
Fri Mar 7 05:56:06 CET 2003
I made my existing job a python job.
Started with some small projects, mostly bread and butter database
manipulation, quickie type stuff.
Showed some of the code to my VP (an older ex-programmer), who read through
the source and felt like
he knew what was going on. Started doing all new projects in Python (well,
we still use php and asp for web stuff).
Anytime an old program has to be re-done, I do it in Python.
So in short, the easiest way to find Python work, for now, is to make it
Python, you gotta love it!
p.s. Now, even the interns do Python. Just trying to do my part, one mind
at a time.
"Kevin Strasser" <kstrasse at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:8GA9a.146444$4F3.9452306 at news2.east.cox.net...
> Is it me or are there seemingly no Python-related jobs out there? Or am I
> looking in the wrong places? I really find this depressing -- as I truly
> love the language.
> - Kevin
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