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Time to JIT your Python with Pyjion?

Episode #340, published Wed, Nov 10, 2021, recorded Wed, Nov 3, 2021

Is Python slow? We touched on that question with Guido and Mark last episode. This time we welcome back friend of the show, Anthony Shaw. Here's there to share the massive amount of work he's been doing to answer that question and speed things up where they answer is yes. He's just released version 1.0 of the Pyjion project.

Pyjion is a drop-in JIT compiler for Python 3.10. Pyjion uses the power of the .NET 6 cross-platform JIT compiler to optimize Python code on the fly, with NO changes to your source code required. It runs on Linux, macOS, and Windows, x64 and ARM64.

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Anthony on Twitter: @anthonypjshaw
Pyjion: github.com
Restarting Pyjion Presentation: youtube.com
Hathi: SQL host scanner and dictionary attack tool: github.com
Try Pyjion online: trypyjion.com
Pyjion optimizations: readthedocs.io
Pyjion docs: readthedocs.io
.NET: dotnet.microsoft.com
PEP 523: python.org
Pydantic validation decorator: helpmanual.io
Tortoise ORM: github.com
pypy: pypy.org
Numba: numba.pydata.org
NGen AOT Compiler: microsoft.com
Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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Anthony Shaw
Anthony Shaw
Anthony Shaw is a Python Software Foundation Fellow, ASF member, and Python-author. He works at Microsoft on the Open-Source Advocacy team focused on Python.
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