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Re^3: Organizational Culture (Part II): Meta Process

by hrcerq (Scribe)
on Jun 26, 2021 at 15:14 UTC ( #11134343=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Organizational Culture (Part II): Meta Process (BioPerl and Data Science References)
in thread Organizational Culture (Part II): Meta Process

My personal opinion is that Perl, Python and Ruby are essentially equivalent. At least I enjoy coding in all three ...

Yes, I can understand that, and I also enjoy Python (not as much as in past days, and not as much as Perl, but I still do). I hope my comments don't sound like I have anything against Python or its community as a whole. That was not intended.

Glad you mentioned this node. Makes perfect sense, actually. As stated there,

... they blame the language for the messes created by people who didn't know what they were doing ...

So, that should remind us that writing poor programs just to get stuff done may give a bad reputation to the language and its community. It happened to Perl in the past, and seems like it's happening to Python now. Copy/paste isn't just ugly programming practice. It'll harm someone, eventually.

... if I was embarking on an AI and Machine Learning career today, I'd choose Python, not Perl. ...

Indeed, there's a thriving AI/ML community among Python developers. I wish I could say the same for Perl.

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