Vishal Kanaujia and I presented a talk on ‘Diving into Byte-code optimization in Python’ at SciPy conference held at IIT Bombay from 04-07 Dec 11. Agenda of the talk: Understanding the big data problem in scientific compution A good design strategy for developing applications Python with Multi-cores threading GIL impact multiprocessing Pros and Cons Beyond CPython GIL free … Continue reading Exploiting the power of multi-core for scientific computing in Python
Vishal Kanaujia and I presented a talk on 'Code Review: Testers in product development' at BLRTMM, Bangalore in Oct 2011. Agenda of the talk: Break the myth – “testers need not or shouldn’t review developer’s code” Substantiate the merits of the idea, analyzes the flip side. Audiences to evaluate the thought.. Slides of the … Continue reading Code Review: Testers in product development
Vishal Kanaujia and I presented a talk on 'Diving into Byte-code optimization in Python' at SciPy conference held at IIT Bombay from 04-07 Dec 11. Agenda of the talk: Python Virtual Machine: internals Reverse engineering: Python byte code ("pyc" files) Exploring Python dis-assembler for pyc Optimizing python byte code for time-efficiency Peephole optimization Tweaking the … Continue reading Diving into Byte-code optimization in Python
Back from PyCon India , Pune, September 17-18 2011. Our talk (Vishal and mine) on Python threads: Dive into GIL! was well received, met Python enthusiasts from round the world, had a nice time... This talk covers the following: Threading fundamentals Using threads in python programming – An example Overview of Global Interpreter Lock Diving into … Continue reading PyCon India 2011 – Python threads: Dive into GIL!