Most of my programming experience is in Ruby, and I’m not terribly sure how much of it will carry over into helping out with project like OpenCog in Python. ( I’m assuming it’s a python framework. )
Python might end up only being like a second language at this point, but in ruby I’m finding a happy medium between randomly generated content, and content with a set structure. Where only certain elements are picked at random, rather than the entire structure.
A lot of my methods come from building my own Ruby gems, is there an equivalent to Gems in Python?
( In practice, my projects have lately been a fusion of different languages, from Ruby, HTML / CSS, Shell, and a little bit of Crystal. Python is close enough to Ruby as to be confusing for me. )
I’d go into more, but I’m not sure how much is going to change, as I either refine a chatbot, or completely defactor chatbots.