Python is at crossroads. It's one of the most popular programming languages in use, the de facto choice for education and data science. Python 3 is gaining mass adoption while Python 2 is just about to reach End-of-Life. Life could not be better for a Python programmer.
But as a general purpose programming language, Python is peculiarly missing in some spaces like mobile devices, client-side Web, or gaming. Should we do something about it? How could we go about changing that? How can you help? Come and find out.
Affiliation: Python Software Foundation
ambv on Github. Python core developer, Python 3.8 release manager, creator of Black, pianist, dad. Likes analog modular synthesizers, immersive single-player role playing games (Fallout, Elder Scrolls), and single malt Scotch whisky.