Podría la popularidad de Python ser superior a la de JavaScript en 5 años?

Respuesta corta: NO

La cuestión es que JavaScript está presente como bien dice el articulo, en cerca del 95% de los sitios web en el mundo, es un lenguaje de programación que domina la forma en la que las paginas web tienen cierto dinamismo, vaya, para nadie es raro escuchar de la tripleta HTML5+CSS+JavaScript, sin embargo otras tecnologias como Flash o Java decayeron tanto que solo un par de navegadores lo soportan aún.

Python por otro lado es un lenguaje de uso general, muy popular en el backend y en aplicaciones de Machine Learning y computo científico, es su sencillez y madurez lo que le da su popularidad, sin embargo no cuenta con esa exclusividad que tiene JavaScript. read more

Tips and tricks: Django – Mostrar cierto contenido seleccionado en un ChoiceField

Si hemos usado Django seguro nos hemos enamorado de su forma de hacer formularios, sobre todo los que están relacionados con un modelo, puesto que son simplísimos. Hay que reconocer lo simple de Django, y gracias a esta simplicidad que no busca satisfacer completamente todas las necesidades podemos encontrarnos con situaciones que pues, no se apegan a lo que queremos hacer.

Python is growing up, you know that because tools are getting better 

Microsoft, a company that have their very own tools  and programming languages is now making it easier for developers to use their favorite language. This time Python have better support in the Visual Studio Code, more specifically in the IntelliSense autocomplete System. Visual Studio Code is the source code editor that Microsoft released as Open Source and is available in Linux, Windows and MacOS. and thanks to the Python Language Server now have better support for Python. I mean, Python support has been there for a while, but is greatly improved by the PLS. Do you use Python or Visual Studio?, leave your thoughts in the comment section.
Python Language Server an option for those that code
Source: Microsoft Visual Studio Code replumbed for better Python taming • The Register

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GitHub adds Python support for security alerts – Help Net Security

This is good, as a developer is a PITA to follow all the dependencies your app have. There are several tools to keep them up to date (updating your requirements.txt file) for future builds/updates of your app. But sometimes we just don’t follow the security flaws.
GitHub’s Security Alerts now also work for Python projects, notifying developers about vulnerabilities in software packages that their projects depend on.
Source: GitHub adds Python support for security alerts – Help Net Security

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Java, JavaScript, C#? No, Python is the fastest growing programming language | ZDNet

There is a reason for that. Python is

  • Simple, easy to read, easy to write; then, easy to learn
  • Powerful with all that bunch of packages/modules included and all others created by the community freely accesible with a simple pip  call.
  • All purpose, use to automize something, use it to run a web site, an API, even to create desktop apps.
  • Multi-platform, Windows, Linux, Mac, BSD’s, even in embedded systems.
  • Fast enough,
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