- Jun 28, 2017
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It's used quite universally to create many kinds of applications:
Yip. Python may not be excellent at everything but it's quick and if you weigh up the development time versus the performance requirements of the task then it's amazing.Everything.
That's a whole other conversation. OOP has its place but most of the time it's forced. The two languages are so similar though that they are often interchangeable and confused. I think of C++ more as extensions to C than a separate language so it doesn't make sense to me to have both in a list.Are you saying procedural beats OOP? Whoot!
Good answer, and the main reason why I'll be skilling up on JS during my job hunt.It's used quite universally to create many kinds of applications:
iOS/Android using tech such as React Native
Desktop using tech such as Electron
If you have a team who deeply understands JS, you have resources that can be almost universally deployed onto whatever platform or product that is needed. This is especially relevant as what was traditionally the domain of backend coders (API, Data Access, Data Storage, Scalability) is becoming more and more a domain of cloud services (an example being Firebase), allowing for more and more (and in many cases all) of the app/business logic being the domain of the JS code.