Python, a multiplatform programming language that allows users to work more quickly and integrate systems more effectively, is now at version 3.3.3. As usual, each new version of Python comes with a multitude of changes, and the latest release, 3.3.3, implements tons of bugfixes.
I have been wanting to learn python, but from what I understand it seems that the language is between versions or something to that effect.
My question today is does it matter which version I learn first? Will this hurt or help me for future versions?
I'm looking to pick up some programming skills and after looking into it a bit, I came across an article that recommended that I learn Python as a way of getting started at programming before moving on to other languages.