Python becoming the world’s most popular coding language

(Last Updated On: July 30, 2018)

It seems even the influential Economist magazine claims that Python is the most popular programming language. Here is the headline:

Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language

Here are some highlights:

In the past 12 months Americans have searched for Python on Google more often than for Kim Kardashian, a reality-TV star. The number of queries has trebled since 2010, while those for other major programming languages have been flat or declining. 

are its simplicity and flexibility…

This versatility means that the Central Intelligence Agency has used it for hacking, Google for crawling webpages,….

Some of the most popular packages harness “machine learning”, by crunching large quantities of data to pick out patterns that would otherwise be imperceptible.

rendering all other competitors obsolete…

Here is that article:

https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2018/07/26/python-is-becoming-the-worlds-most-popular-coding-language

Do I really need to continue stress this point about taking the above offer. Either that comes down to the last 48 hours to decide.

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