My name is Tadashi Yoshimasa. PyConJP 2019, Japan’s largest international Python conference, was held recently in Tokyo.
In the last column, I introduced the history function. In this column, I’d like to discuss converting shell variables.
Python use is growing worldwide, and with a recent dramatic rise here as well, Japan is no different.
My name is Tadashi Yoshimasa. I have a wide range of experience, including helping to establish Japanese certification tests for things like Linux, XML, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Python and more. I have lead industry groups involved in OSS business activities.
Python is a globally popular programming language used for various purposes such as web development and data analysis. In recent years, it has been gaining more popularity in Japan; if you go to any large bookstore, you can easily find more than 20 books on it in the introductory manual section alone.