Where do they tech Python officialy ?

Bruno Desthuilliers bdesth.quelquechose at free.quelquepart.fr
Wed Aug 1 20:06:54 CEST 2007


Alex Popescu a écrit :
> aleax at mac.com (Alex Martelli) wrote in news:1i23wyk.avc945i4dwsiN%
> aleax at mac.com:
> 
> 
>>NicolasG <nicolasg at gmail.com> wrote:
>>   ...
>>
>>>The problem is that I would like to work as a Python programmer but
>>>all the job vacancies I can find requires a couple of years of
>>>professional experience ... that I don't have. How a wanna be
>>>programmer can start working as a programmer if there is no chance to
>>>start from somewhere ? That's the reason I created this topic.
>>
>>Open source projects do not require previous professional experience 
> 
> to
> 
>>accept volunteers.  So, one way out of your dilemma is to make a name
>>for yourself as an open source contributor -- help out with Python
>>itself and/or with any of the many open source projects that use  
>> Python, 
>>and you will both learn a lot _and_ acquire "professional experience"
>>that any enlightened employer will recognize as such.  
> 
> 
> It depends :-). In my experience I met employers being concerned by my 
> implication in the oss world :-).
> 
These are the ones you don't wan't to work for anyway !-)



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