I am a programmer.
My passion is software engineering.
The programming language I’m most familiar with is Python.
It’s the first language I ever learned in school.
Python has been around since the 1960s.
I love it for its simplicity and versatility.
However, I feel it has been abused over the years.
You can use it as a shell scripting language.
Its capabilities include concurrency, data-parallelism, concurrency-aware programming, and security.
It is very flexible, and its syntax is flexible enough to be used for most purposes.
You also have access as a developer to the tools that make it easy for you to build web-apps using the tools you already know.
You are writing code that people are familiar with.
You find yourself in situations that you do not necessarily expect to have to deal with in a normal web application, such using a web service to send data to a server, and handling multiple requests at once.
For example, if you write code that has to run with a certain set of servers,