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Submission + - Sun hires two key Python developers (computerworld.com.au)

sspringer writes: Sun Microsystems is looking to bolster its stance in the Python programming realm with the hiring of two prominent developers in this space. The company yesterday announced the hiring of Ted Leung, long-time Python developer at the Open Source Applications Foundation, and Frank Wierzbicki, lead implementer of the Jython project, which enables Python to run on the Java virtual machine, Sun said.
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Sun hires two key Python developers

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Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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