PYTHON- A WILD PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
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Python which is an adult programming language which released back in 1991 become the latest commotion or rather says sensation in Data Science field.
Who should learn PYTHON:
Those who are interested in computer science can learn python or those who want to join an IT product based company.
Python is a scripting language for web applications and essential for AI Technologies. Anyone wants to work in AI Technology can start with Python after C Programming.
Skills / Technologies which help to learn Python Technology:
Python is always written in C but when a student has to learn a new technology his/her learned old technologies might help. For Python, if the student has already depth knowledge on JSP, Velocity, Struts, Hibernate, EJB, AJAX, and Java they can absorb Python quickly. Another important companion is R. If there is a developer then he will choose Python or if there is a data scientist he will give priority to R. Both programming languages are dominating the world of data science.
Python is an interpreted language i.e. interpreter executes the code line by line at a time. This makes debugging easy and thus suitable for beginners. Python can run equally on different platforms such as Windows, Linux, Unix and Macintosh etc. So, we can say that Python is a portable language. Python supports object oriented language and concepts of classes and objects come into existence.
Python headed for Anaconda:
Python has a large and broad library and provides rich set of module and functions for rapid application development. Anaconda is just the updated version of Python combined with R. It’s created for data science, machine learning applications, large-scale data processing, and predictive analytics. The programmer could use Anaconda 5.2 version while programming GPUs, Git and GitHub.
Python climbing up with grip and force that far exceeds what’s necessary to its popularity level leaving down other programming languages like C++, Visual Basic, .NET, PHP, Swift and Delphi/Object Pascal. Analysts said soon it will swallow the popularity of Java and C in the next three to four years.