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The Python 2 EOL is coming and will have some serious implications for legacy systems.

If you're a developer, you know that once a language reaches EOL, it won't get any new features or bug fixes. That means if you're using Python 2, there will be no more support from the creators of the language. Plus, plenty of projects still use versions of Python 2 that haven't been updated since 2014—so they're likely vulnerable to hacking and other attacks.

But what if your company has legacy code that doesn't support newer languages like Python 3? How can you manage this transition?

I found the article linked below helpful in understanding how to deal with this issue, how long it takes to make the switch, how much it costs, and what kinds of things could go wrong during the process. Check it out!

If you have additional questions, please connect with me on X @lnxsec - I'd love to help!

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