why python got less developers ?

r rt8396 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 06:31:29 CEST 2009

On Aug 29, 11:14 pm, kennyken747 <kennyken... at gmail.com> wrote:
> You guys can say anything you'd like it to be in this thread, but the
> actual reason comes down to
> 1. No marketing. Seriously, if Microsoft was pushing Python it would
> obviously be a lot bigger in terms of developers.

I really don't care if 100 or 100 million are using Python as long as
it will endure my lifetime so i can use it ;). But it would be
interesting to see a good approx of this number... just for kicks

> Also, really guys? This crap about speed? People have been saying this
> for years, and yet they still don't realize that there are plenty
> solutions to take care of that one problem.
> Just be happy that you've stumbled upon Python, just because it's not
> the most widespread language in the world certainly doesn't mean it's
> not a worthy language. Quite the opposite.

Your post seems a contridiction of itself? i am confused :\

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