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Python Language Summit 2022

Episode #375, published Sat, Jul 30, 2022, recorded Wed, Jun 29, 2022

Every year, the Python core developers and a few other key players in the Python ecosystem meet to discuss the pressing issues and important advancements at an event called the Python Language Summit. While Python is a community known for openness, this meeting is typically held behind closed doors mostly for efficiency's sake. On this episode, we'll give you a look behind that door. We have Alex Waygood here on this episode to break it down for us and give a look inside the summit.


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Alex on Twitter: @alexwaygood

2022 Python Language Summit: pyfound.blogspot.com

Individual Talks
Python without the GIL: pyfound.blogspot.com
Reaching a per-interpreter GIL: pyfound.blogspot.com
The "Faster CPython" project: 3.12 and beyond: pyfound.blogspot.com
WebAssembly: Python in the browser and beyond: pyfound.blogspot.com
F-strings in the grammar: pyfound.blogspot.com
Cinder Async Optimizations: pyfound.blogspot.com
The issue and PR backlog: pyfound.blogspot.com
The path forward for immortal objects: pyfound.blogspot.com

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