I've thought about applying it as we try to get more involved with Data
Management, since Python is popular with scientists and researchers, but
personally I haven't used it much. I prefer PHP for most things. I know
that down at the University of North Texas they use Python extensively with
their digital collection . . . they're basically a Python shop on the back
end, with a dedicated team of developers.
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Assistant Professor, Graduate College
Department of Health Sciences Library and Information Management
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
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On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 8:13 AM, Julia <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi All,
> This is my first time posting to Code4Lib. Now seems like a good time.
> I am wondering how you have applied Python in your library. What projects
> have been successful? What have you heard of other libraries doing? What
> advantages or disadvantages does it have compared to other scripting
> languages used in the library field?
> If you have any thoughts on any of those questions, I'd love to hear from
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