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Python for the enthusiast developer - where I stand today

Published: Monday, August 31, 2020 written by Andy Flagg
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Keywords: IDE, Python, Developer, SQL, Statistics, Science, Processing



I was in the mood about 2 years ago and started working in Python. After a year, I was like, *meh*.
 
One must have projects and problems to solve in order to get really good with any technology.
 
That is where I stopped with many languages after a year or so.
 
For me, Python is still up there at #1 for scientific processing. For most of my programming today, I use C# or VB.Net/Visual Basic and SQL. Web stuff, sure ASP and JavaScript are my go to languages.
 
When you get back to programming in any language, for hardware, software, integration or embedded, pick your IDE carefully and the language will naturally fall into place.
 
REF: https://hackr.io/blog/best-python-ide
 
No matter what, enjoy that we have this technology today to help solve problems, not create more problems.
 
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