OpenEnterpriseTrends: How Python Tightens Its Enterprise Grip
Apr 17, 2004, 07:00 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Vance McCarthy)
"As Sun and Microsoft both look to embrace scripting languages
in web services run by Java and .NET, Open Enterprise Trends spoke
with Alex Martelli, the author of O'Reilly's leading books on
Python in the enterprise -- Python in a Nutshell and Python
Cookbook. In Part 2, Martelli offers insights on Python's different
approach to working with Win32, Java,.NET and even C/C++ apps.
"Win32, Java and .NET devs can gain some useful perspectives on
Python and how Python scripting can extend the integration
capabilities of their Win32, ASP.Net, Java and C/C++
applications.This week, Martelli looks at the technical
differences, including syntax, dynamic typing and Python's tendency
to classify 'first-class objects...'"