An introduction to PyPy
Presented by Michael Hudson-Doyle
An overview of the ideas behind the project, its current status, future plans and why you should care about it.
The core idea of PyPy is to produce a flexible and fast implementation of the Python programming language. The talk will cover the interpreter, translator and jit parts of the code and their relationships and the fundamental ways in which PyPy differs from other virtual machine implementations.
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