Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Selling Open Source Software

Is Python becoming too complex for new users? Efforts to make Python faster and more suitable for data analysis, such as the Cython project and the removal of the Global Interpreter Lock, may introduce additional complexity. However, these improvements are optional and backward compatible. Those who value Python for its simplicity may argue that speed is not its chief value, and suggest using other languages like R or C++. On the other hand, some may argue that Python is problematic even for new users, and suggest starting with JavaScript instead. There is controversy over the issue, but ultimately, the choice depends on individual preferences and needs.


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