A slew of obsolete modules are slated to be dropped from Python, a possible prelude to a process for keeping the standard library cleaner.
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Pyjion, a just-in-time (JIT) compilation system for Python that compiles to the .NET 6 runtime, is now available in a 1.0 version.
A new project to change the CPython runtime to boost multithreaded performance has drawn the attention of Python’s core development team.
Triton uses Python’s syntax to compile to GPU-native code, without the complexities of GPU programming.
Python programmers have many options for improving the performance of their apps. Here’s where to start.
Incremental improvements are on the way that promise to speed up Python by a factor of 2x to 5x, and remain compatible with existing code.
Pyston 2.2 yields a roughly 30 per cent speed improvement over standard CPython, and the software is now available under an open source licence.
Now with support for Visual Studio Code and other IDEs, the PHP-to-.NET converter runs WordPress and other apps.
With so many NLP resources in Python, how to choose? Discover the best Python libraries for analysing text and how to use them.
Do you want execution speed or developer speed? Memory safety or easy concurrency? Here’s how to decide between Rust and Go.
Python has never been as speedy as C or Java, but several projects are in the works to get the lead out of the language.
From simple shortcuts to expert-level configuration changes, turn to these power tips to get the most out of Microsoft’s open source programming editor.
A great new book from the author of ‘Automate the Boring Stuff with Python’ helps you move past beginning concepts and embrace pro-level Python skills.
Sets in Python organize collections of unique objects. Learn how to take advantage of this powerful feature in your own code.
Why build your own user credentialing, form handling, security, and other stock components? These Python frameworks cover all the bases.