Python is an object-oriented, interpreted programming language useful for a wide range of tasks, from small scripts to entire applications. It is freely available in binary or source code form and can be used royalty-free on all major platforms including Windows, Macintosh, Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris. Compared to most programming languages, Python is very easy to learn and is considered by many to be the language of choice for novice programmers.
However, instead of outgrowing the language, experienced developers enjoy less Maintenance costs without sacrificing functions in other important languages such as C ++, Java or Perl. Python is known for its usefulness as a fast application development tool, and we often hear of Python projects that finish in hours or days rather than the Weeks or months that would have been required with traditional programming languages. It has an extensive set of fully featured standard libraries as well as the capability to communicate with libraries in other languages like C ++.
While it's incredibly powerful and allows very fast application development, we really like to use Python because it's just fun. Python is like a Lever - with it you can lift quite a bit of weight with very little effort.