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Sat Nov 16 23:41:31 CET 2013
On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 9:25 AM, ngangsia akumbo <ngangsia at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am called Richard m from western Africa, Cameroon. It was a pleasure for me to join this group.
> secondly, i wihs to start a small company after learning how to code
> I am learning python very broadly, meaning i am not concentrating on a single section. I wish to know the language and be able to apply it to any location in the field of tech.
> i Need some advise on how, and what python can help me setup a business?
Frankly, my advice to you is: Don't. You've been writing code for a
few months, that's great; but starting a company is a completely
different thing to do.
I would recommend that you primarily code purely for pleasure - that
way, if you mess something up, you don't lose money. And then if you
want to go professional, get a salaried job at someone else's company,
rather than starting your own. It's a HUGE job to run your own
company, and that's not something your Python coding skill will help
with. Tax, legal requirements, profitability... headaches you don't
Now, if you're already experienced at running a business, and want to
know what Python can do to make your life easier... that we can
answer! There are all sorts of automation and convenience jobs you can
do with Python. But that's quite different from what I think you're
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