Posted December 05, 2018
Well, i don't see python2 really going away, though. C++, however, that shit is getting old fast. The whole reason i use C++ over assembly (since i'm more of a backend guy) is so i have portability with the future (whether that be running my code on a different platform or just running it again in general). I feel like all the obscure ways i code to try to make the code as easy to refactor as possible (to deal with ever-changing APIs) is completely wasted.
WinterSnowfall: It depends, but yes, your mileage may vary. I'm quite happy programming in Python 3 now, having started with 2, for example, so change is not necessarily a bad thing.
EDIT: Forget what i said
Post edited December 05, 2018 by kohlrak