Where do they tech Python officialy ?

Cameron Laird claird at lairds.us
Tue Jul 24 21:24:02 CEST 2007


In article <1185274675.038893.71200 at d55g2000hsg.googlegroups.com>,
NicolasG  <nicolasg at gmail.com> wrote:
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>Yes true , I'm already a programmer.. doing technical support for my
>company products in a call center. I hate my job, I hate the moment I
>have to wake up to go work ! I hate that moment I have to go sleep
>when I think of the next working day morning.
>Python is what I like, I would love to be more creative with this
>language and be able to produce things that I can't right now..
>Why not try to find a work that you would like ? I don't want to work
>as a programmer to became one because I'm already a programmer, I just
>want to work as a programmer ..
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What repetitive, mind-numbing, soul-killing,
dreary, tedious aspects of your current job
are susceptible to automation with the help
of the computer in front of you?  Let Python
be the vehicle for this automation--and
you've become a Python programmer.



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