[Baypiggies] Links and comments from tonight's meeting
wescpy at gmail.com
Sat Mar 30 18:53:50 CET 2013
one of our mini-conversations was also about using more iterators instead
of allocating memory, i.e., using generator expressions instead of list
comprehensions. in particular, we discussed how memory is conserved and
while many times having everything in memory may give you some short-term
speed, it may have an overall negative impact on longer-running programs.
here's a related and recent blogpost making the rounds that touches on
using more iterators but also shows nice short examples of using other
Python-related tools to help bump up performance of your code:
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 11:19 PM, Hy <hy at moduleq.com> wrote:
> Thank you to Monte, Meredith, Melanie, [M]Tony, and me for tonight's
> summaries of PyCon talks.
> Here is a link to the slides for Raymond's talk, which is the basis for
> all of my examples:
> The slides may be downloaded as a PDF, if you wish.
> Here are links to other excellent talks that we referenced tonight:
> https://speakerdeck.com/pyconslides/applepy-an-apple-emulator-in-python-by-james-tauber [as described by Tony]
> [not PyCon, but fantastic!]
> https://speakerdeck.com/pyconslides/sqlalchemy-session-in-depth-by-mike-bayer [referenced though not described per se]
> Most of the other talks mentioned were tutorials, and it may not be
> appropriate to post links to their slides.
> As Tony announced, we are looking for an April speaker. Please send your
> talk ideas to the list and suggest which month you would like to speak.
> Please stay tuned for an upcoming developing Python with Vim hack night in
> SF: I will post a signup to the SF Python meetup group in a few days.
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