The Python programming language has been around for over 20 years but recently it feels like its an overnight sensation. Python has moved from being a fringe language for beginners, biologists, and natural language analysis to being the go-to language in nearly every domain of computing.
Whlie there is a lot of inertia in the choice of a programming language for a project, the adoption pattern of Python is quite different than “that cool new language that came out a few years ago”. While most new programming languages are exciting for early adopters, by the time they are a few years old, many early adopters have moved on to the next big thing and the languages never find their way into the mainstream. Python seems different - Python seems to have a solid and continuously growing market share - and in particular Python seems to invade and take over application areas previously dominated by well-established technologies. We will look at some of the inherent aspects of Python that make it “sticky” - once you go Python you rarely go back or go anywhere else.
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