[python-uk] What trends should we watch Python during 2017..?

John Lee jjl at pobox.com
Fri Dec 9 16:27:43 EST 2016

On Wed, 7 Dec 2016, Cory Benfield (Lukasa) wrote:

> There’s lots of great work going on in this space, and it’s really 
> refreshing to see Python become one of the foremost languages for 
> investigating new methods of managing concurrency.

Hi Cory

When you say "investigating new methods", do you mean new-to-the-world, or 
new-to-practitioners (or to some subset of practitioners, or some 
ecosystem)?  If the former, do you have citations?  I don't think of 
Python as a CS research language exactly -- except that pseudocode is 
often Python, or Python-flavoured -- nor am I aware of what async things 
had their start in Python -- even as far as 'pragmatics' goes.

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