I love Python. In fact, for a few years it has been my favourite language (Maybe I change my mind after trying Go...).
But one of my favourite features about Python is that you can use it to your little, non-professional developer, day to day tasks.
We know we can use it to create web backends, REST APIs, deployment, etc, but what I liked about Python is that, unlike other languages, it can be used easily by non-programmers to help their tasks.
For example, I have read about secretaries automatizing tasks that take them hours or even days by learning Python on the side, to manipulate files, using basic regex to extract phones from files and/or emails, and stuff like that.
I started creating small projects that manipulate text files, by searching texts inside them, modifying them, renaming files if certain conditions are found, etc and I love it.
so my question is: How do you use Python in your day to day? Especially if you don't work as a professional programmer.