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  • #66343

    ADIL BOUZIANI
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    How Remaster network programming for protection , What do you advise me between Java and Python

    #66344

    kamalo2080
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    I advise my brother Python language for the networks and the protection they are strong language

    #66989

    per4o
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    Python for network deffinetly!!

    #67012

    Pr0m3th3us
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    Check out this comparison: https://pythonconquerstheuniverse.wordpress.com/2009/10/03/python-java-a-side-by-side-comparison/.

    Admittedly, given the site name, it might Be a little biased. 🙂

    #67036

    ADIL BOUZIANI
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    great . thank you

    #67440

    badfilemagic
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    you could always try Jython, which allows you to target the JVM with Python code, and link to libraries written in Java as a result.

    #67455

    Pr0m3th3us
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    True @badfilemagic but Python is so much easier for beginners to understand.

    #67511

    ADIL BOUZIANI
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    Thank you very much for all of these positive responses , I’ll start with the language of Python I find it easy and fun ….

    #69649

    prometheus
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    Its good to go with C followed by java/c# along with scripting languages such as ruby/perl/python as beginner. You get to understand how actually you are programming and different contexts ex:memory allocations for variables, how it actually affects your code and also you will learn to code in a optimized way.. Python becomes so easy when you know strong typed languages such as C/java..well if your only concern or if context limited to network security..python it is….high level language which has high performance/efficiency to less training time.and at the end of the day,you are making system calls to kernel through APIs whose functionality libraries were originally written in C/C++.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by  prometheus.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by  prometheus.
    #71365

    mateky
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    i think python is better for it, but consider C++ as well..

    #76538

    Ahmed Diab
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    python is easy and extensible

    #78791

    ketzerei84
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    Python > C/C++ – with those under your belt you can fake your way through Java/C#/VBasic and most other languages without too much trouble.

    #79379

    MD Khurshid Alam
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    Why python language is good language for security professional for security job.
    How python can be learn faster, and from which site or book.

    #79891

    ProgrammerE
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    There are many ways to learn python. Python for dummies. Udacity. Code School. However, I suggest Cybrarys python for security professionals as it will suit your purposes better.

    #80116

    romualds
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    Definitely Python. And it’s easy to learn and there are tons of great resources on the web.

    #80705

    BNgacTKD
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    Python sounds like a good thing to learn according to this forum. There’s a python class on cybrary if you guys didn’t know. It’s under the Advanced courses.

    #86697

    gowtham5
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    🙂

    #89120

    GogoTraining
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    Thanks Pr0m3th3us,you shared a very informative link for python.

    #89331

    gowtham5
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    thanks

    #92087

    cybermo
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    ?

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