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Im really liking python but some of my teachers told me that its no very used in businnes environment. Is that true or just hate?

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    Wow, bro you really hype me with this Pythoneer jajajaj
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    They see me pythonin' they hatin'..
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    Its mostly testing or automation tho
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    I was learning about ML but I get stuck in basics.
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    Thanks , hope you don't get bugs anymore jajaja
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    @RazorSh4rk there are some big names using python like YouTube, Instagram, Dropbox, Google and almost every big silicon valley company has at least some part of an app built with python.
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    Thanks man , just a question, python is just for scripting or it's part of the ui too?
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    Are you fucking kidding ???? Python is used in lots business!!!!
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    @eziotobi you can do (almost) everything with Python, so yeah: GUIs as well as the logic
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    Almost every proper VFX Program(Nuke,Cinema4D, 3DS Max) has a Python API...my companies entire VFX pipeline is built with python...
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    It's also the top growing language on stackoverflows tracking stats I believe. And second most in use I believe.
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    Can anybody explain what's so special about python? No hate, just interested. I didn't see yet where and why I should prefer it over C++. The only reason I know is that it's simpler.
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    Not only is it already widely used, it's becoming rapidly more commonplace in a professional environment. Take everything you learn in school with a grain of salt, remember, those who can't do, teach.
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    @Forside it's very extensible and requires a lot less fucking around to do complex tasks in. It's a very pleasant blend of simplicity and power.
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    @Forside i think its because reduce redundant code and allow a you to think in what to do more than how to do. Just a noob comment btw
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    Right now I'm working 18 years in software engineering and worked many.well known companies but I have never seen any of them using python however I did hear people talk about python but nothing more than just talking about it or experimenting with it. I do see python being asked as a skill on more and more contract jobs these days so I guess its being used more often.
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    Great to hear , you don't lose anything learning I think.
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