Just like Java, is the slow adoption of Python 3 vs 2 a trap for the developers of this language ?

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(Last Updated On: August 6, 2014)

Just like Java, is the slow adoption of Python 3 vs 2 a trap for the developers of this language ?

As noted in this link, this is probably my biggest concern of Python as it moves forward. I don’t like to invest into something that goes off the rails like my 7 years of development into Java. Blah, but do notice that C# has been adopted for the many years. I would have confidence of F# as well since it is still managed by Microsoft. Same with Matlab.


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