Python is eating the world: How one developer's side project became the hottest programming language on the planet | ZDNet


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Frustrated by programming language shortcomings, Guido van Rossum created Python. With the language now used by millions, Nick Heath talks to van Rossum about Python's past and explores what's next.
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6 days ago by seoulrain
Thorough read on the story behind Python, it’s introduction and rise in popularity. I don't do any professional coding, but I do goof around on things and I nearly always do that in Python.

> What Python offered, and still offers, is clear and unambiguous syntax, where indentations group code into blocks, making the code easier for developers to understand.

It is a joy to use and very readable.
7 days ago by thingles
Frustrated by programming language shortcomings, Guido van Rossum created Python. With the language now used by millions, Nick Heath talks to van Rossum about Python's past and explores what's next.
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Interview with Python creator Guido van Rossum on Python's creation in the 1980s, its evolution, draw for developers, and future
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