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INTERVIEW: Python has "arrived" in the mainstream

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Written by Content Team
Thursday, 10 November 2005
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David Ascher is the Chief Technologist and Managing Director for ActiveState, he is also a director of the Python Software Foundation.

PythonThreads >> Q. Hi David. Could you please introduce yourself?
David Ascher >> My name is David Ascher. I'm the Chief Technologist and Managing Director for ActiveState, and also serve on the board of directors of the Python Software Foundation. I've been working on Python since about 1995, and have co-authored two books on Python, Learning Python and the Python Cookbook. I've also spent a fair bit of time in the scientific computating world, in particular with Numeric Python and PyOpenGL.


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