Becoming a Python developer is the most direct job out there for someone who knows the Python programming language.
A Python developer can be expected to:
- Build websites
- Optimize data algorithms
- Solve data analytics problems
- Implementing security and data protection
- Writing reusable, testable and efficient code
Product managers are responsible for researching new user features, find gaps in the market, and make an argument for why certain products should be built. Data plays a huge role in their work, so many companies are now seeking product managers who know Python.
Does the idea of finding meaning in large amounts of information appeal to you? Many companies are looking for someone who can sift through large sets of data — and a popular way to accomplish that is using Python libraries such as SciPy and Pandas.
Someone has to teach Python, right? And not everyone learns through One Month! (But we wouldn’t argue against it.) Becoming a computer science instructor may be the first thing that comes to mind, but it’s not the only teaching role available to those who know Python. Nearly every university and coding bootcamp, as well as online coding tutoring platforms like CodeMentor, are in need of people to teach Python!