Global Data Sciences Inc. Announces Domestic Python Development and Code Porting Practice Designed to Meet the Challenge of Business Systems and Platform Diversification

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GDS is proud to announce our expansion from classic .NET and Java based application domestic development to include Python in its suite of successful business offerings. Capitalizing on our success with several of the worlds largest companies GDS is taking this opportunity to bring to the forefront the adoption of Python software technology.

“Over the past two decades application development has been taken offshore, GDS is proud of our “Made In The USA” approach to software development. We utilize domestic assets who take pride in their work while maintaining the highest quality standards

GDS is proud to announce our expansion from classic .NET and Java based application domestic development to include Python in its suite of successful business offerings. Capitalizing on our success with several of the world's largest companies, GDS is taking this opportunity to bring to the forefront the adoption of Python software technology. Legacy code can be hard to expand. In many cases it is difficult to maintain, especially when code is written in a hard to read or esoteric language. The workforce expertise to maintain outdated applications is dwindling. This is why many businesses are insisting that any new code be developed in newer, more accepted languages such as Python.

Python code is easy to read and requires less manpower to produce compared to other languages, and is becoming increasingly popular. For these reasons code should be produced in Python to maximize its maintainability. If existing legacy code is proving problematic, and rewriting it is being considered, in many circumstances Python is the language of choice for the majority of the world’s most successful enterprises.

"Python is everywhere at ILM. It's used to extend the capabilities of our applications, as well as providing the glue between them. Every CG image we create has involved Python somewhere in the process," said Philip Peterson, Principal Engineer, Research & Development, Industrial Light & Magic.

"Python has been an important part of Google since the beginning, and remains so as the system grows and evolves. Today dozens of Google engineers use Python, and we're looking for more people with skills in this language," said Peter Norvig, director of search quality at Google, Inc.

Global Data Sciences Inc. http://www.globaldatasciences.com continues to enhance its position as leader in providing solid, affordable business solutions for companies looking to enhance their enterprise while keeping costs under control. Please contact our python team at python@globaldatasciences.com for further details.

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