Python wins the TIOBE Programming Language Award of 2010!

Posted on Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 in Development by 7

Python wins the TIOBE Programming Language Award of 2010!

Python programmers love this language’s simplicity and it has become a very useful tool for those who love fast prototyping and quick development time. It has been proven useful in a lot of areas:
– GUI programming (such as wxPython)
– Engineering calculations and computations (such scipy and numpy)
– Communicating to various embedded devices
– Cross-Platform Programming (Windows, Linux, MAC OS X, Nokia S60, Android, etc.)

Python is available for download here.

Bonus: Test your Python Challenge here.

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One Response to “Python wins the TIOBE Programming Language Award of 2010!”

  1. Am a young talented programer.presently, am a genius in c language but i also want to learn python lang at high level.hoping to have an award soon.

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