pyenv – managing multiple Python versions

You may be a mid-level Python programmer using Python 2.7.5 for sometime, but also¬†curious¬†about Python 3.x.x, or check for yourself what is this all the Python 2 vs 3 debate over Internet, or simply the new functionalities or conventions being introduced in Python 3.x.x. or, just a Python newbie starting off and all so confused given the Python version debate. Don’t worry, my friends you have been rescued – you can keep multiple versions of Python (as many as you like).
There may be lot ways to install multiple Python versions, in the post I’ll be focusing on doing it using penv. – as it’s the most elegant way to do so.

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