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  • Python 3: Distributing Modules: (Python Documentation Manual Part 6)
  • Guido van Rossum
  • English
  • 14 January 2018
  • 1441412751

About the Author: Guido van Rossum

Python 3: Distributing Modules: MOBI ✓ Python 3: python free, distributing pdf, modules: free, python pdf, documentation pdf, manual ebok, part book, Python 3: pdf, Python 3: Distributing Modules: (Python Documentation Manual Part 6)Python 3: Distributing Modules: MOBIGuido van Rossum born January is a Dutch computer programmer who is best known as the author of the Python programming language In the Python community, Van Rossum is known as a Benevolent Dictator Python 3: PDF/EPUB or for Life BDFL , meaning that he continues to oversee the Python development process, making decisions where necessary He is currently employed by Google, where he spends half his time working on Python developmentBiographyVan Rossum was born and grew up in the Netherlands, where he received a masters degree in mathematics and computer science from the University of Amsterdam in He later worked for various research institutes, including the Dutch Centrum Wiskunde Informatica CWI , Amsterdam, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST , Gaithersburg, Maryland, and the Corporation for National Research Initiatives CNRI , Reston, VirginiaIn December , Van Rossum was hired by Google He wrote a web based code review tool for Google in PythonVan Rossum received the Award for the Advancement of Free Software from the Free Software Foundation FSF at the FOSDEM conference in Brussels, Belgium Guido received a NLUUG Award in May In he was recognized as a Distinguished Engineer by the Association for Computing MachineryPersonal lifeGuido van Rossum is the brother of Just van Rossum, a type designer and also a programmer Just van Rossum designed the font that is used in the Python Powered logo Currently Guido lives in California together with his American wife Kim Knapp and their son OrlijnWorkWhile working at the Stichting Mathematisch Centrum CWI , Guido van Rossum wrote and contributed a glob routine to BSD Unix in Van Rossum also worked on the development of the ABC programming languagePythonAbout the origin of Python, Van Rossum wrote in Over six years ago, in December , I was looking for a hobby programming project that would keep me occupied during the week around Christmas My office would be closed, but I had a home computer, and not much else on my hands I decided to write an interpreter for the new scripting language I had been thinking about lately a descendant of ABC that would appeal to Unix C hackers I chose Python as a working title for the project, being in a slightly irreverent mood and a big fan of Monty Python s Flying CircusIn he further wrote Python s predecessor, ABC, was inspired by SETL Lambert Meertens spent a year with the SETL group at NYU before coming up with the final ABC design Computer Programming for EverybodyIn , Van Rossum submitted a funding proposal to DARPA called Computer Programming for Everybody, in which he further defined his goals for Python an easy and intuitive language just as powerful as major competitorsopen source, so anyone can contribute to its developmentcode that is as understandable as plain Englishsuitability for everyday tasks, allowing for short development timesArguably, several of these ambitions have since been realized Python has grown to become a popular programming language, particularly in the Internet environment.