Python is “cleaned-up Java”

IndicThreads reported some time back about how Python was growing and it even was making its presence felt in the enterprise market.

This interview with David Ascher, a director of the Python Software Foundation, gives you a quick look at where Python stands today.

David talks about Python’s growing reach in the mobile market. He also says that Python is not only a fun langauge to work with but it is now very much a mainstream language like Java. He tells us that Python is even referred to as a “cleaned-up Java”.

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