Want to learn programming in order to get a job but I hate webdev. Is Python a good option?
At the same time I'm learning python, Im interested in UIs, and started with algorithms and I really like it. Plus, I'm studying agricultural engineering, and I think python, algorithms and machine learning is something I could use before and after I get my degree.
So, my question is: can I learn python for a few months and be a good candidate for a job? Or should keep learning front end so I can have more chances because of the high demand?
Maybe python and django? I'm really lost here.
Submitted July 12, 2017 at 03:36PM by KineticCapybara
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