Hello World  - Python

Hello World  - Python

Python is a programming language that has been around for quite a while and that has so much to offer. Since its inception about 30 years ago Python has come a long way, as well as being on and off fashion in many opportunities.

Python is a programming language that has been around for quite a while and that has so much to offer. Since its inception about 30 years ago Python has come a long way, as well as being on and off fashion in many opportunities.

Nowadays, Python has experienced a big boom due to the rising popularity of Machine Learning and the introduction of easy to use tools aimed at exploiting Python’s capabilities in this area.

So, what’s Python about anyway?

Python is actually a general purpose programming language, it’s interpreted and object oriented and its syntax is quite easy to read. It has a huge community behind it, for which it’s easy to find a solution to basically any problem you encounter with it.

You may find that there’s a lot of chatter focused on the specific version you use, whether it’s Python 2 or Python 3. That’s because in the late 2000s Python 3 was introduced, which represented a major jump from its predecessor line Python 2.x and it came with actual incompatibilities.

A lot of things were deprecated, and a bunch of others were introduced. Unfortunately for the Python community this caused a lot of issues. There were already many apps running Python 2, and the transition wasn’t as easy as you may have wanted.

To this day, there are still a lot of apps and libraries running and depending on the previous version, and developers need to keep this in mind when using the language.

Fortunately for us, just like in many other languages like Ruby or Elixir, Python also has version and environment managers nowadays, which helps keeping track of different versions and sets of libraries within our projects.

This article is going to be divided into 3 sections: Installation, Basics and Capabilities. Within the capabilities however, there’s an incredibly long list, especially in the Machine Learning and Lambda architecture areas that I will discuss in more detail later in different posts.

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