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Python Developer

Does Google Use Python?

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Yes, Google has been a long-time supporter and user of the Python programming language, which is one of the official server-side languages at the company, in addition to C++, Java, and Go.

Peter Norvig, a Computer Scientist and a Director of Research at Google said, “Python has been an important part of Google since the beginning, and remains so as the system grows and evolves. Today dozens of Google engineers use Python, and we’re looking for more people with skills in this language.”

The simple reason is that the Python language allows for speedy deployment, scalability, easy maintenance, and readability making it the preferred language of choice for tech companies like Google.

Python contributors continue to use, promote, and support the language actively. Python runs on many Google internal systems and shows up in many of Google APIs. It fits in perfectly with the engineering process at Google.

It’s also worth noting that Google has a strong relationship with the language itself and the Python software foundation, consistently sponsoring various Python conferences (including PyCon and EuroPython).

Google’s YouTube is also a big user of Python for a variety of purposes: view video, control templates for the website, administer video, and many more.

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