When will Python go mainstream like Java?

Richard Lamboj richard.lamboj at bilcom.at
Tue Feb 23 10:40:09 CET 2010

Am Tuesday 23 February 2010 09:07:43 schrieb Krister Svanlund:
> On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 1:01 AM, Edward A. Falk <falk at mauve.rahul.net> 
> > You mean it's not?
> >
> > --
> >        -Ed Falk, falk at despams.r.us.com
> >        http://thespamdiaries.blogspot.com/
> Javas popularity was very much a product of its time. It was something
> new and exciting and people got a bit too excited maybe, Python just
> does the same thing but better really, therefor it will not become as
> popular.

Good morning,

i don't like Java/JSP, the synthax is blown up and the programs are damn slow. 
For ecllipse you should buy a cluster. There is C/C++/D, Python, Ruby, 
Gambas, TCL, PHP, SmallTalk and some other nice Programming Languages, so i 
don't understand why people use Java. "Java is the one an only OOP Language, 
the best one" - Yeah and whats with multiple inheritance? I'am in love with 
Python ;-)

Kind Regards

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