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Good question!

I think importantly, you should be confident in your ability to learn quickly and express that confidence. Also, express excitement about the features of Python that are simpler than Java, but be thankful that your background in Java will give you a great starting point.

Basically I think the interview process is really about how you position yourself, and if you tell the right story, you'll do well.

Otherwise, I'd spend some time messing around with Python in a REPL environment. This is where the magic happens in Python.

Well said. My passion for Python (and to learn) should definitely be my main selling point. Thanks!

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