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View Poll Results: Which do you prefer Ruby or Python?
I prefer Ruby. 5 41.67%
I prefer Python. 7 58.33%
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Old 6th February 2010
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Default Python Vs Ruby & Django Vs Rails.

Been programming with Ruby and Rails sporadically for the last two years. Tonight, I tried Python and whoa! It was a blast. It's easy to understand and write where Ruby is harder to grasp for me b/c it's more abstract and things are done without any closures.

I hear the Python interpreter is a lot faster than the Ruby interpreter.

I'm cool with Django being a rails for python. There are a lot of smart people out there who don't use the same tools you use or I use and we have to tip our hat to their creativity and knowledge.

I like the flow of Python better than Ruby. When I program in Ruby I always feel something is missing that I'm getting from Python.
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