Is python worth learning as a second language?
aleksandr.goretoy at gmail.com
Sat Mar 21 04:35:00 CET 2009
I've only read he subject and a few lines from other responses.
yes, it is worth learning. I came from PHP to Python. It's very powerful and
makes application development easier for me than in PHP and/or C#, but bash,
well that depends on the type of bash. It has a lot of diffent ways you can
use it too, so that adds to how powerful it is.
Samuel Beckett - "Birth was the death of him."
2009/3/20 Tomasz Rola <rtomek at ceti.com.pl>
> On Thu, 19 Mar 2009, Aahz wrote:
> > --===============0027953262==
> > In article <49b58b35$0$3548$426a74cc at news.free.fr>,
> > Bruno Desthuilliers <bdesth.quelquechose at free.quelquepart.fr> wrote:
> > >Tomasz Rola a écrit :
> > >>
> > >> I may not be objective (tried Java, hated it after 6 years).
> > >
> > >Arf - only took me 6 months !-)
> > That long? It only took me six minutes.
> Guess what, there was a time when Java was looking quite promising.
> Especially in the field of distributed computing (which then meant not
> only high performance clusters). And computers were of more than one type,
> used other cpus than Intel, too.
> Maybe it's easier to ridicule Java now, when it has not met the
> expectations. But still, some people (better than I) have spent few
> years writing software and doing their research in Java. Sure, that was
> before Java had been nominated the common denominator of programming
> Tomasz Rola
> ** A C programmer asked whether computer had Buddha's nature. **
> ** As the answer, master did "rm -rif" on the programmer's home **
> ** directory. And then the C programmer became enlightened... **
> ** **
> ** Tomasz Rola mailto:tomasz_rola at bigfoot.com **
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