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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Python 3.7 Introduction

So why do you wanna learn python? or why should you.

  1. Because I love it
  2. Beginners language
  3. easy to learn
  4. easy to teach
  5. readable code
  6. do more with less code
  7. faster development
  8. opensource
  9. cost effective
  10. Career or job security
  11. It is the master of many trades and jack of none.....
I can go on and one. It is one of the top tool used in
  1. web development
  2. application development
  3. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Science
  4. Healthcare
  5. Internet of things [IOT]
  6. robotics
  7. automation (IT or anything else)
  8. mathematics, physics
  9. statistics
  10. finance
  11. weather, earthquake prediction to name a few
I am pretty sure I have missed many aspects of it but you get the point. If you are someone who is planning to have a career and you want something which opens a lot of doors for you, not just one or two then python is the answer since it makes you eligible in a lot of areas. Later you can branch out or up with python in whichever stream you want/like to.