Python 3.0

Python 3.0 changes have been defined “arbitrary and academic“, for no real use for real programmers. Before starting to talk about python changes, I would think about the meaning of “real programmers” in the sentence before. How would we define a “real programmer”? Are hackers “real programmers”? Are professors of language theory “real programmers”? Are experts in algorithm theory “real programmers”? Are people who do coding for a living “real programmers”? Probably people inside the first definition didn’t mind a lot about how Python 2.x did things and could live with it. They will just be angry because suddenly they tools and scripts will stop working. But those people can also go on with Python 2.x as they don’t tend […]