Guido van Rossum, the founder of the Python programming language, officially decided to retire from his career in 2019. It is reported that he has taken steps to rejoin Microsoft, saying that his retirement life is boring.
Announcing this on his official Twitter account, he said that he has partnered with Microsoft’s Developer Division and plans to further develop the Python language in the future.
Guido van Rossum, now 67, has worked for a number of companies, including Google, before retiring, and finally worked for Dropbox.
He also created the Python programming language during his time at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica in the Netherlands, where he worked at the National Research Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science. Python is currently the world’s leading programming language for machine learning and especially for AI projects.
Accordingly, he has become an example for all people in the world.