IBM said don’t program Python like C

(Last Updated On: July 3, 2015)
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As IBM tries to become the new cool kid on the block, here's an interesting article on how they view Python programming. Once upon a time IBM's developer section on their site was quite excellent but has fallen behind over the years. Do check out this article by clicking here.

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