Python for Rubyists, Part I: Getting Started

first_name = "Alyssa"print(f"Hello, {first_name}!")
def say_hello(first_name):
print(f"Hello, {first_name}!")
say_hello("Alyssa")

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Software developer and science/tech writer. Python, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, React/Redux, Java. Fascinated by the amazing stories behind today’s tech.

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Software developer and science/tech writer. Python, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, React/Redux, Java. Fascinated by the amazing stories behind today’s tech.

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