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Phyton and Cloud Computing

Regis Santos
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Joined: Mar 23, 2004
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Hello.

Since Google had adopted Python as first language to develop applications for the Google App Engine (GAE), I have heard a lot about the power of Python.

In your opinion, is Python a good language to develop applications in the cloud? Is there a special characteristic in the language that can extract the maximum of the cloud, like concurrence, in a easy way?

Thanks.

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Regis Santos
 
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