How do you practice Python?

James spiralx at gmail.com
Sat Jun 3 18:08:09 CEST 2006


Thirded here. Perhaps better for me is that although I program
client-side Java for my job, as much of the backend as possible I code
in Python, which makes it easier to do a lot of data processing stuff
much simpler than Java would. And it's let me use and understand all
of the new features of the language... last time I did it for a job
was in the days of Python 1.5.2.

Being non-critical utilities on the backend means whenever new
features are introduced I can upgrade my code to take advantage of
them without worrying about things going wrong as well ;)

James

On 02/06/06, Jarek Zgoda <jzgoda at o2.usun.pl> wrote:
> I second that. I moved from Python to J2EE in my job, but I didn't stop
> writing Python code for my spare-time projects. Now, when tight schedule
> made my project's manager to shift paradigm from buzz to productivity, I
> am happy I can write programs in Python again. On AS/400, but still
> better than Java... :D
>
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