Name me a more influential place on the Internet other than Reddit. They have rightfully proclaimed themselves as a "front page of the Internet," especially for the gamers, making it more than just a forum for dank memes and funny videos. It's now a legitimate rival for Twitter in being the first place where the news and rumors are posted, whether it's politics, media, or sports figures: virtually every grand persona now has a dedicated segment.
Being the go-to place for hundreds of millions of users each day, Reddit took the best of Python, as Steve Huffman, CEO and a co-founder of Reddit told that its readability and concise nature played a big role in their success, allowing non-technical executives to see whether code pieces are good or not before deployment. As a result, especially after receiving CV funding, Reddit managed to overcome uptime issues and became a Python-based reliable stronghold for the masses.