>Actually, I think their problem with python is that they are scared to
>invest in learning it and not be able to use it for future projects.

I don't think there's much investment required to "learn Python". Any 
techie worthy of the name should be able to pick it up in a matter of 
hours or at most a couple of days. That's the beauty of Python - it 
is simple, but powerful.

Typically we allocate a day for students (even straight from school) 
to learn enough Python to start working on projects.

I really wouldn't worry about the investment required to learn Python.

The Zope learning curve used to be quite steep, I know there's been 
lots of work done to make it easier, but I haven't taken anyone 
through it recently to know what its like now.

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