In our previous articles, we said that as mobile and web adoption keep growing, the IT industry rides the wave — with the mounting demand for IT solutions also rises the supply. The number of developers increases every day — they are attracted by the innovativeness of the industry, constant development, flexible working conditions, and, of course, attractive remuneration.
Python is one of the most popular and widely used general-purpose programming languages. It was invented in the 1980s by Guido van Rossum as an object-oriented programming language. It means that Python developers build apps and websites with virtual building blocks (objects). Python and other object-oriented programming languages provide developers with the ability to create virtual objects that can be given unique abilities and attributes. Such a model allows for reducing the complexity for Python developers as it mimicks real-world building frameworks and gives software engineers a clear structure.