@mikael@omz Pythonista played an important role in my career as well. When I was interviewing for my last job they set a programming task to write a custom compression tool for specifically formatted data. I wrote it in Pythonista, mostly on the train on my commute. It was fun, I used a combination of techniques for different fields, including variable length encoding for numeric fields that took a fair amount of bit twiddling. I was able to actually demo it to them in my face to face interview on my iPad. It blew them away, they had no idea you could do something like that on an iPad.