How Python Coders Work Nowadays

When I think of Python, images of a deadly snake comes to mind. But when it comes to computer programming, Python isn’t deadly at all. In fact, it is one of the easiest programming language “that is freely available and that makes solving a computer problem almost as easy as writing out one’s thoughts about the solution. It can be written once and run on almost any computer without needing to change the program,” (Python website).

It is this ease-of-use that attracts engineers on LiveEdu, a social platform where Python coders get to showcase their skills. This accessibility allows anyone to see how Python coders work nowadays. Let’s see then, how some Python coders work nowadays:

AlisonPKD, from New Zealand

AlisonPKD first learned to code In high school, and the program of choice was Python. “Initially, I found it quite challenging, but as I progressed through the assignments the basic fundamentals of the language became easier to implement in my code. It was a great language to begin learning the logic (conditional statements, loop iterations, variables, etc).” Today, AlisonPKD is busy on joining small communities of programmers, some at her level, some at higher levels. But they are working together to improve each other’s code and bounce ideas off one another. And that’s how AlisonPKD work nowadays.

Taddeimania, a regular broadcaster on LiveEdu

Taddeimania is from Greenville, United States, and has been broadcasting on LiveEdu for over a year. He is now working on Tradermon, a Pokémon Go trading marketplace. The app will enable Pokémon Go players to seamlessly trade Pokémon. And that’s how Taddeimania work nowadays.

Cheng Wei, aka, cheng404, from China

Cheng404 has worked on micro websites with Angular2 and Python. Nowadays he’s working on frameworks for Python django by streaming LIVE on

So that’s How Python Coders Work Nowadays. Are you a Python coder? How do you work nowadays? Let us know in the Comments box below.