Why Python still reigns supreme among all programming languages?

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A representational image of the programming language Python. — Pixabay
A representational image of the programming language Python. — Pixabay

Today, the amount of data that we have at our disposal is overwhelming. This means the role of data science is more critical than ever, Simplilearn.com reported.

Python and JavaScript are two very popular and powerful programming languages, but what differentiates them is their application. 

If you’re considering a data science career, one programming language you may want to learn is Python.

Python was developed in the 1990s by Guido van Rossum, who gave it the name of the cult Monty Python's Flying Circus. Because of its simple and easy-to-read syntax, Python is an easy programming language to learn.

Benefits of learning Python:

Python is extremely versatile, with multiple uses.

Data mining, data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, web development, web frameworks, embedded systems, graphic design applications, gaming, network development, product development, rapid application development, testing, automation scripting, and more are just a few of the many fields in which Python is applicable.

Python is the fastest-growing programming language.

Python is seeing rapid development due to its wide range of applications and uses, particularly in data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

Python programmers are in great demand. 

Python is the most in-demand programming language, according to the number of job ads posted on LinkedIn.com, one of the biggest job search engines.

Python is a simple language to learn and use. 

WP Engine surveyed 909 developers across the US on which programming language is the easiest to learn. Python came in second place after HTML.

Python developers make great money.

Particularly in the fields of web development, machine learning, and data science. Python engineers are among the top-paid professionals on the market.