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Jython

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jacobian - 1 years
jtauber - 11 years
jorjun - 2 years
Uche - 3 years
mgrbyte - 2 years
whosaysni - 16 years
duke_sam - 4 years
hexdump42 - 13 years
lukeman - 6 years
tswicegood - 11 years
acdha - 10 years
cstejerean - 1 years
1998–2008
1998
My first Python was Jython; I haven't looked back.
2000–2001
Some productive results with this, and from that moment I would not code another single line of Java
2001–2003
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2005–2008
After many happy years in Python land I ended up working for a company doing XML processing using Xerces and Jython. Was a bit of a change to go back to Python 2.1...
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2006–2011
Jython was the perfect solution when I had to write scripts against weird databases (why hello there Informix).
2007–
My first introduction to Python-esque syntax. Man, was I surprised when the beautiful one-liners I had been testing in CPython blew up when running in a version of Jython without the stdlib code. :-)
2008–
The only thing which made working with Oracle enterprise Java apps manageable
2009
I tried using Jython a few times earlier, but the choices were: ancient version of Python or buggy 2.5 implementation. In 2009 the 2.5 version finally became stable and we could use it for work.

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