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  • Switching from java to Python


    kamilo
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    Lately i've seen a lot of software jobs (front ent back end fulls tack etc) that require python... i did a survey and like 70% said python was a requirement. I obviously know python but i dont think im proficient in it yet. I've done my botting code in Java but now im thinking maybe i should do it in python so i can get more proficiency with it

     

    thoughts? should i go through with it I am planing to go for those jobs and its a bonus if my botting code is written in python ill just get that much better

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    1 hour ago, Pseudo said:

    Python is well worth learning irrespective of whether your intended application is botting or otherwise.

    Thanks for the input m8 

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    • 5 weeks later...

    Learn Python Object Orientated Programming, that's basically all you need to be proficient at Python I think. And then you'll be good to go, and yea, for sure, Python is a superb language to know

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