We're teaching Jython to 400 students this semester at Georgia Tech=20
(http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/cs1315), and over 1000 since we started=20
with this new course for non-majors in Spring 2003. This semester is=20
the first one that we're now teaching Python in our majors CS course as=20=
well. Now there's growing discussion about using Jython in more=20
courses, including some of our graduate courses.
I haven't really been following any of these communities closely, but I=20=
don't see any sign of Jython dying off.
On Aug 27, 2004, at 10:58 AM, In Geol Ok wrote:
> So I'm pretty new to jython and so far I luv it. But I'm a bit=20
> about its future. Noticed there really isn't an active effort at bug
> fixes, new versions, etc..
> I'm a bit confused as to why there is an active community for python=20=
> java. but not for jython. I suppose jython can either be the best of
> both worlds or the worst of both worlds (still too new to say).
> Interested in other peoples take on why our numbers are dwindling
> relative to python and java.
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