This post was originally published at To Python 3 and Back Again: Is It Worth the Switch?

Since its debut in 2008, Python 3 has come a long way. Gone are the days when it lacked support for almost all useful libraries and tools. Python 3 offers many improvements and amazing new features that make writing robust code in Python easier than ever.

In this article, Toptal engineer Dario Bertini discusses some of the improvements and features that Python 3 has to offer, and explains whether switching to Python 3 is a smart choice right now.

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This post was originally published at To Python 3 and Back Again: Is It Worth the Switch?