For example, consider the paragraph headed "Python is a dynamic language".
"One of the reasons why Python has grown in popularity is because it is a highly robust programming language. Python includes a large variety of classes and data types in addition to the interactive and object oriented nature of the language."
"It also incorporates dynamic typing, modules and exceptions making the Python language an ideal way to create innovative solutions within the same operation."
This doesn't really say anything, in fact some of it doesn't even make sense. What does "includes a large variety of classes" even mean? As for having "a large variety of... data-types", pretty much any language you might consider as an alternative to python for web programming will be able to match it in terms of data-types.
I don't want to be snarky, but this article seems way below the quality threshold of what I would expect/hope to see on HN.
No offense, but the "strong points" of python are pointless as of today's standards. Even the old "LAMP" Stack is fading away more and more.
Python might be a good start, but don't stick to it just because articles like this claim it's the best.