|public myers-briggs votes||(20/12/23 11:27) phsc: EFJ|
|(20/12/23 12:28) Mastema: EJ|
|public function votes||(20/12/23 11:30) phsc: ENFJ|
|(20/12/23 09:09) Mastema: ENTJ|
|public enneagram votes||(20/12/23 11:26) phsc: 3w2|
|(20/12/23 08:23) Mastema: 3w4|
|public instinctual variant votes||(20/12/23 08:35) phsc: so/sp|
|public tritype® votes||(20/12/23 11:26) phsc: 361|
|(20/12/23 08:23) Mastema: 351|
|public sociotype votes||(20/12/23 08:35) phsc: LSE|
|(20/12/23 12:28) Mastema: LSE|
|public psychosophy votes||(20/12/23 11:36) phsc: EVLF|
|public hexaco votes|
I think this is kind of an ontological difference, what is Python?
The language itself offers Fe, which is interpreted in a Te way, both are traits of the language! it also greatly depends on what is considered Te! something fast? C, something with a fast developement time? Python, etc.
I am typing the language itself compared to other languages, you are typing the language as in how it is applied (also compared to other languages, but with different criteria), deep down Python considering all just shows the limits of the functions and how something can be both Fe and Te, but this is limited by the system, I think it is good for you to keep the ENTJ vote, if the website had the option for it I would vote ENxJ, but that does not happen, I just explained my vote because of how it might not be so easy to see that Python is Fe and could be seen as very weird.
Also, about the letter vote of mine, remember that something can be F and still be efficient! it is much closer to agreeableness than what people actually correlate to thinking.
About the Python community, it is quite vast, unlike a community like C's which is very T, Python is vast, from ExTJ LxE trying to be effective to even INFP IEI/EII (when they are into programming) trying to have a good time, it is pretty vast and I think this should be considered (otherwise everybody just votes what is more obvious and long term one of the traits of the language ends up being ignored, tho I don't really think many people in this website are into programming, but there are a few).
2020-12-23 12:55:44pm (post #8626)
Mastema 5w6 sp/so 531 |
I mostly considered the community of Python, for the reason they learn or use it - easy-to-use UI, less complicated and very fast to get results from, "intuitive" and so on. To which I could see in socionics Te. I can see your argument on Fe making sense, but wouldn't that also connect to Te, since it is easier to use and such, focusing on what it delivers?
2020-12-23 12:23:18pm (post #8625)
If you stop and think about it, Python is quite a Fe and F language, it is very user friendly and easy to use early on, comfortable, good for beginners, as much as it is mostly used because of the short development time (which is caused by how easy and friendly the language is) which is very Te, the language itself is quite Fe, C is not very user friendly and such, a very T language per se, want to learn it? your problem, while Python has many libraries and easy to use things that make your life easier, C is way more efficient internally and requires more competence and experience for you to be effective with it since it is closer to machine language, while Python is pretty far from that, this kind of comfot and such makes me think socionics Si works quite well over Ni, since long term it is a language which you do not really improve yourself as a programmer, it does not really teach you much (it can be used to teach things, but it is not a trait of the language itself, just correlated to it), and generally speaking long-term I think Python projects are not as effective as something well made in a longer development time language, but the language itself did achieve it's goal which makes me think it is quite Ni in functions as well, typing something like a language is quite arbitrary at the end, but ENFJ LSE generally considers all the traits the language has that can be converted into a personality, also 3w2 over 3w4 for pretty much the same reason, what is 4 about python? the CEO that tells people to work with Python might be 3w4, but is the language and the general idea behind it like that? not really.
2020-12-23 11:36:28am (post #8624)