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Python in Systems Administration: Better Scripting

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Python as a tool of the Unix/Linux system administrator.
Too often, systems administrators resign ourselves to the fiction that there's a sharp boundary between what we do, and "real programming". One of Python's great achievements is to demonstrate a gentle, smooth transition from few-line scripting to sophisticated, polished automation that exploits all a platform offers. Add Python to your personal toolkit, and you immediately expand the range of applications you can complete within a demanding schedule.
 read more | mail this link | score:4005 | -Ray, November 11, 2003
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