The Industry choice

Alex Martelli aleaxit at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 31 16:08:23 CET 2004


Christopher Koppler <klapotec at chello.at> wrote:

> The moral is, of course, that either the Python community's alpha geeks
> need to get access to controlling interest in a *major* company (or to
> become successful enough with their own companies to register on the
> current *major* companies radar as potential competition) or as you

Well, Google's market capitalization must be around 50 billion dollars
or more, in the range of the top-100 companies, I believe, and they've
never kept their Python use a secret.  But they don't sell SW nor
consulting services like, say, MS or IBM...


Alex



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