age of Python programmers
mov_21h at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 18 19:16:40 EDT 2004
15 ^^ been programming in python for about 2 weeks
now, but i have prgrammed before in C and asm [ 16 +
32 bit :) ]
I decided to choose python as my scripting language
because i asked a friend wether to go for python or
ruby, he reccommended python due to its user base and
mass of addons, widgets etc..
So far so good :P
--- "Eli Stevens (WG.c)" <listsub at wickedgrey.com>
> Lucas Raab wrote:
> > One thing I've always kind of wondered is what is
> the average age of a
> > Python programmer?
> 25 here, Python newbie (less than a year, I think).
> I'm sad that nobody else in this thread has spoken
> in hushed, reverent
> tones about my gateway drug, LogoWriter. I was 10
> when my fifth grade
> math class went to the school computer lab and made
> the turtle crawl
> around the screen. From there, QBasic, C++,
> Java-because-work-made-me, Python-to-save-me. ;)
> Handy tip: if you were anything like me, _don't_ go
> back and try to read
> your old code. I had variable names like "qwer"
> "qwert" and "qwerty",
> alongside classics like "a", "b" and "c."
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