Future of programming: Python
“In the past 12 months, Google users in the USA have searched for Python more often than for Kim Kardashian, a reality-TV star”, says Economist.com
Python is the future of programming language and Pythonistas are having their time in almost every business vertical. As compared with other programming languages such as Java, C++, Python is undoubtedly the most sought-after programming language, thanks to its benefits. As per Stackoverflow, Python could either stay in the lead or be overtaken by Java in the fall but it’s clearly on track to become the most visited tag in 2018.
Developed in 1989, Python comes with a lot of features and holds a felicitating career in the web world. Python has a simple syntax that makes it easy to read and write. It is a versatile programming language and has a huge array of third-party packages.
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Python has been around the corner for decades and it is here to stay for longer. As per a Python survey conducted by PyCharm, most Python developers appear to be engaged in three types of development: Web (38%), general-purpose (22%), and curiously, scientific development and data analysis (21%).
Python is a holy grail for experts who have relied on spreadsheets. Python can assist the managers in gauging the efficiency of their campaigns and also help teachers in monitoring the grading given to the students. This draws us to the fact that Python has a very rewarding career and its demand is going to increase exponentially.
Lately, Python has become a go-to language for AI researches to make several packages. Codecademy, a website that has taught 45m novices says, “the biggest increase in demand is from those wishing to learn Python. It is bringing coding to the fingertips of those once baffled by the subject”. In this technology-driven realm, Python is a great opportunity to step into the programming world.