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DZone's Bringing You More Python Awesomeness

01.11.2012
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Calling all Pythonistas (Pythonistos?) and Djangonauts!

Did you know that Python is ranked 3rd behind Java and JavaScript as the programming language that DZone audience members would want to know if they could only pick 3?

I think it proves that there is a large cross section of developers in our community that realize the power and potential of Python.  Today, we're going to make sure you know that there's a place for you to share your thoughts about Python-related topics and learn from others on a daily basis.



If you've never heard about the Python Zone, our well-curated portal for Python and Django content, then now is the perfect time to check it out and see all of the great new content that Python bloggers have started contributing.  The content is useful for beginners and Python veterans.  It's a great place to catch up (and stay caught up) if you haven't been watching the Python ecosystem lately.

Some of the highlights on Python Zone:


A Look at What Happened to Python in 2011

Use Python to Track your Home Electricity Usage!

Comparing and contrasting Python and Ruby maintainability

Learn How to do Functional Programming in Python

Developing (a.k.a .Testing) in Python - Part 1: Python and Java



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Abdel Zoo replied on Sun, 2014/10/26 - 7:31pm

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