Business issues regarding adapting Python
kmisoft at gmail.com
Wed Sep 30 09:52:29 CEST 2009
>> Python-related programming job. Positions both very rare (comparing
>> with Java/C++ - maybe 1/100) and not pays well. And about 99% of them
>> are web+Django.
> To who/what are you replying?
Nope. Just a replic.
BTW I agreed - just peek a good programmers and let them learn python.
Literally in a days they will be able to write "average" production
code. Don't expect hovewer that this code will be a very "pythonic".
Especially from guys with strong C++ - like background. My advise -
show em a "generators". IMHO that is a mindblowing feature for
everybody who get up from static-type languages.
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