Seminar on the topic “Pythonic paradigms”

The PG Department Of Computer Science has oraganized a seminar on the topic “Pythonic paradigms” on 11th july 2023 at the seminar hall. Mr Haris U (Assistant professor department of computer science) given a presidential address to the session. The session “Pythonic paradigms” was handled by Mr.Midhun Raj(director, techolas technologies). The student coordinator Fathima nidha p (UG second semester computer science ) makes the welcome speech and Farseena p (PG Second semester) finally conclude the session with  vote of thanks.Python is a popular programming language that is widely used for a variety of applications ranging from web development and scientific computing to artificial intelligence and data analysis. It was first released in 1991 by Guido van Rossum and has since become one of the most popular programming languages in the world.Python is known for its simplicity, readability, and ease of use, which make it a great choice for both beginner and advanced programmers. Its syntax is designed to be easy to read and understand, with a focus on using natural language constructs that resemble everyday language. This makes it easier to write and maintain code, even for large-scale projects.Python is an interpreted language, which means that code is executed directly by the interpreter, rather than being compiled to machine code beforehand. Pythonic paradigms are programming styles and techniques that are commonly used in the Python language. These paradigms are based on the principles of simplicity, readability, and ease of use, which are fundamental to the Python language design.Pythonic paradigms are important because they help developers write code that is easy to read, understand, and maintain. By following Pythonic principles, developers can also write code that is more efficient, scalable, and robust. Additionally, learning about Pythonic paradigms can help developers become better Python programmers and improve their overall programming skills.





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