Python was my very first language and is still one of my favorites to write in. It's super simple to understand, easy to translate pseudocode to, and wonderfully verbose in its errors. Join me in the Python cult!
I've been using and enjoying Python in both hobby as well as professional projects for a few years now. Yet, I never cease to be amazed about how Python programs can be concise without being obfuscated or cryptic.
I've got limited experience with Python, but have found it fun and useful to learn, especially as a data scientist. I hope to continue learning from others and to be able to assist them on their journey.
Python has been, my on and off go-to language for the past 14 years. With the increasing popularity of its data science and security libraries, I feel that it is more important than ever to help people learn and improve!
I really like to use python to solve things in life, and I also desire to use her extraordinary features. Hope you can enjoy python, too. Besides, I come from China, so if you use Chinese, I can also understand it.
Python has something for everyone. Like functional programming? Check. Like OOP? Check. Need multiple inheritance? Check. I use it for web apps (Django) and - more recently - for machine learning, it's awesome!
I'm a Canadian (based in Chicago) freelance golang, C and python developer working on projects within the gaming, finance and data-science worlds respectively. My favorite freetime task is coding challenges and I'm more than happy to help people talk through solutions!
Everytime I wanted to do some quick automation I always choose python because it is simple, relatively easy, and fast enough to do the automation. This has saved me a lot of painful time if I were to do it myself manually. I also like java and currently learning some C.
I have a sysadmin background (on Linux and Windows) and I began learning Python about a year ago to automate tasks. I really like the breadth of the use that you get in this language, and how easy is to write clean code.
Although Python wasn't my first -- and won't be my last -- programming language, it remains my favorite for introducing others to the joys, the pains, the infrequent ecstacies, and the occasional terrors of life before the REPL.
I like Python because it's so simple to understand it and it can read like well-written prose. Besides it's a real swiss army knife, you can use it for almost everything. Yet, it takes some time to learn writing pythonic code, but I'm happy to help you with that!
I've been working, either professionally or on side projects, with Python for about 3 years now. I love its versatility, easy syntax, and powerful capabilities. I'm excited to share what I've learned, and learn from others as well!
I am a physics student with interest and experience in computational methods, especially using Python. I would like to help others learn to use its expressive syntax and extensive libraries to facilitate clean and speedy development.
I've been using Python since two and a half years ago and I really fell in love with it. I really hope that I can share my knowledge with others and also become more knowledgeable myself along the way.
I have been programming in Python for the last 7 years and teaching it to beginners for the last 4. I don't claim to know much, but I hope to be a useful person to bounce ideas off of. Thanks for reading!
I'm a former student from the university of Bordeaux, where I also taught for three years. I love graph problems, I'm specialized in distributed routing problems. I also love python, I'm always happy to learn/share new things :).
Over 6 years Python experience with high Object Orianted skills. Developed Compilers & Restful API's & CLI Apps & Games & Frameworks. Familiar with CPython Source Code (especially Memory Management & Garbage Collecting Techniques)
Python was my first programming language; I started learning it in school and discovered a passion for the power of programming. I strongly believe that Python is one of the best languages, especially for beginners! I currently specialize in using Python for mathematics, namely numerical analysis.
As a developer that has programmed professionally for many years in many different languages, I can honestly say that the ability to write Python is always and constantly useful regardless of whether it's your main language. Python is a must-have tool for your tool belt as a developer.
Python was the first language I learnt when I started programming several years ago. Since then I have used it extensively for uni projects, web, scripting, and pretty much everything else. Excited to be able to help mentor new pythonistas!
Former Google SRE. While at Google, I was a Python readability reviewer and loved it! Since then I've tried to stay current with python 3, but there's always something new to learn...