10 Jun 2020
Previously, we covered why you should learn Python over Excel for Data Analysis. In this blog, we discuss how two 2 coding languages are different from each other, which to learn, how you can learn them, and what future job opportunities are like.
Python, on the other hand, is an object-oriented programming language. This is the kind of coding language that allows programmers to build apps and websites using objects that are nothing but virtual building blocks. Languages like Python use the object model to reduce complexity by giving programmers a clear structure and a more real-world dynamic.
There's no easy answer to this question as both languages are immensely popular. The key is to understand the strengths and weaknesses of both languages to figure out which one suits you better. Here are some of the major factors you should keep in mind while making your decision.
The bottom line is that you really can't go wrong with either language. So decide on one, pick the right course, and get yourself on track to a challenging and rewarding career.
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