Last June we started publishing a daily performance report of the latest Python tip against the previous day's run and some established synch point. We mail these to the community to act as a "canary in the coal mine." I wrote about it at https://01.org/lp/blog/0-day-challenge-what-pulse-internet
You can see our manager-style dashboard of a couple of key workloads at http://languagesperformance.intel.com/ (I have this running constantly on a dedicated screen in my office).
Would love to get better workloads if we can.
From: Python-Dev on behalf of Brett Cannon Date: Monday, November 16, 2015 at 12:18 PM To: python-dev Subject: [Python-Dev] Benchmark results across all major Python implementations
I gave the opening keynote at PyCon CA and then gave the same talk at PyData NYC on the various interpreters of Python (Jupyter notebook of my presentation can be found at bit.ly/pycon-ca-keynotehttp://bit.ly/pycon-ca-keynote; no video yet). I figured people here might find the benchmark numbers interesting so I'm sharing the link here.
I'm still hoping someday speed.python.orghttp://speed.python.org becomes a thing so I never have to spend so much time benchmarking so may Python implementations ever again and this sort of thing is just part of what we do to keep the implementation ecosystem healthy.