why python got less developers ?

r rt8396 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 28 05:41:47 CEST 2009


On Aug 27, 7:34 pm, Deep_Feelings <doctore... at gmail.com> wrote:
> python got relatively fewer numbers of developers than other high
> level languages like .NET , java .. etc  why ?

Ugh? Well maybe if you put some deep_thoughts into this conundrum you
may reveal the answer to your self. Python is an interpreted
"scripting", "glue", and "sys administation" language. As long as Java
can be complied strait to machine code and constantly run light years
faster than Python Java will always win in this area. But who cares,
Python is not meant for writing OS's or 3D games of the year, and i am
quite happy it is made to be that way. Python will never be as popular
as C, Java, etc for all these reasons. And since your chances of
making a living writing Java code verses Python code are absolute,
then of course that is where the pros will go.



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