Does being familiar with Python still have any value?
jdixon 1 year ago
I was updating my resume, and removing the useless information to make it less cluttered and (hopefully) more compelling. Does knowing Python still have any value to potential employers? I learned it, oh I don't even know exactly, perhaps 6-7 years ago. I haven't used it in quite a while, but I'm sure I could pick it back up easily enough if I had to. Is it something that I should leave on my resume, or has it just become a space filler?
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