Software development beginners guide
If you are a beginner in software development, you are in the right place! In this article, we will provide you with a simple guide to getting started in the world of software development.
Programming language learning guide
Python lessons for beginners
An introduction to the Python language
The Python programming language is one of the most popular programming languages currently, and all indications indicate that it has been at the top of the list for the past few years. Python has many advantages that give it an advantage over other programming languages in many aspects, as it is characterized by a dynamic system for interpreting the data type, which means that we will not need to specify the data type for the variables that we know in the code, and the management of memory resources in Python is a management mechanism. Python supports many styles of programming, such as object-oriented programming, functional programming, and procedural programming. Another advantage of Python is that it has comprehensive benchmark libraries that are automatically included in all versions of Python.
The Python language was launched in the early 1990s by Guido van Rossum, and he gave it this name because of his admiration for a famous theater group in Britain called Monty Python. The Python programming language can be used to build and develop small, medium, and large programs and applications, and it is recommended to learn it at the beginning for everyone who wants to learn programming in general because it is easy to learn.
One of the advantages of the Python programming language is that the code in it does a lot with a few lines, so you will not need to write many lines of code. The language also helps to write clean code, by which we mean that the code is tidy and easy to read and understand due to the reliance on identification in defining the scope or underbelly of the code and not the brackets as in other programming languages. The following table shows some of the differences between the Python and Java languages.