[CentralOH] Threading materials?

Bryan Harris brywilharris at gmail.com
Mon Mar 1 09:40:52 EST 2021

I also would like any good material on threading in Python.  It's been
a few years since I messed with multithreading in Python, and I'd be
very interested in how things are progressing.  When I first looked
into this, we still had a GIL meaning that standard Python was
effectively single threaded.  I have used pypy to get around this
limitation (and boy did it ever speed things up) but I wonder how much
of this goodness has made its way back into the stock interpreter?
When I was working on this, Python 3 was a "new thing" (and had been
for years, something like ipv6) so it's been a while.  There was a lot
of promising activity, but it was early days.  Please copy me if you
don't post it on the list?


Bryan Harris
brywilharris at gmail.com

On Sat, Feb 27, 2021 at 9:52 AM Catherine Devlin
<catherine.devlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, COHPy!  Can somebody convey my thanks to Jon Bennett for his great threading presentation?  It helped my understanding quite a bit.
> I'd love to reuse it at one of Dayton PyFri events, if his code is available.
> If his contact info and/or materials were already posted, sorry I missed it - I didn't see it in the Gather chat or on the mailing list.
> Thanks!
> --
> - Catherine
> http://catherinedevlin.blogspot.com
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