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Материалы от LWN

linux.conf.au: Python packaging: playing well with others
Python Language Summit: Atomicity of operations
Python Language Summit: PyParallel
Python Language Summit: Making Python 3 more attractive
Python Language Summit: Python core development infrastructure
Python Language Summit: Python 3 adoption
Python Language Summit: The Python symbolic link
Python Language Summit: Type hints
Python Language Summit: Python on mobile systems
Python Language Summit: Adding Requests to the standard library
Python Language Summit: PyMetabiosis
Python Language Summit: Jython Native Interface (JyNI)
Python Language Summit: Python installation options for Windows
Python Language Summit: Python at Heroku
Python Language Summit: The future of the Python ssl module
Python Language Summit: Twisted and Python 3
Python Language Summit: Gilectomy
Python Language Summit: Python's GitHub migration and workflow changes
Python Language Summit: The state of mypy
Python Language Summit: An introduction to pytype
Python Language Summit: PyCharm and type hints
Python Language Summit: Python 3.6 and 3.7 release cycles
Python Language Summit: Python 3 in Fedora
Python Language Summit: The Python JITs are coming
Python Language Summit: Pyjion
Python Language Summit: Why is Python slow?
Python Language Summit: Automated testing of CPython patches
Python Language Summit: The Python security response team
Python Language Summit: Python 3.6.x, 3.7.0, and beyond
Python Language Summit: New CPython workflow issues
Python Language Summit: The state of bugs.python.org
Python Language Summit: Progress on the Gilectomy
Python Language Summit: Language summit lightning talks
Python Language Summit: Keeping Python competitive
Python Language Summit: Trio and the future of asynchronous execution in Python
Python Language Summit: Python ssl module update
Python Language Summit: Classes and types in the Python typing module
Python Language Summit: Status of mypy and type checking
Python Language Summit: Subinterpreter support for Python
Python Language Summit: Modifying the Python object model
Python Language Summit: A Gilectomy update
Python Language Summit: Shortening the Python release schedule
Python Language Summit: Unplugging old batteries
Python Language Summit: Linux distributions and Python 2
Python Language Summit: A Python static typing update
Python Language Summit: Python virtual environments
Python Language Summit: PEP 572 and decision-making in Python
Python Language Summit: Getting along in the Python community
Python Language Summit: Mentoring and diversity for Python
LinuxCon North America: Using Python to investigate EFI and ACPI
PyCon: PyCon: Eben Upton on the Raspberry Pi
PyCon: PyCon: Mozilla Persona
PyCon: PyCon: Evangelizing Python
PyCon: PyCon: Asynchronous I/O
PyCon: PyCon: Peering in on bytecodes
PyCon: PyCon: What does the Python Software Foundation do?
PyCon: Internet and communities
PyCon: Pickles are for delis
PyCon: The next generation of Python programmers
PyCon: The state of crypto in Python
PyCon: Getting Hy on Python
PyCon: Report from the Python Language Summit
PyCon: Python without an operating system
PyCon: The programming talent myth
PyCon: The 2016 Python Language Summit
PyCon: Encrypted file transfer with Magic Wormhole
PyCon: Twisted in an asyncio world
PyCon: Networking without an operating system
PyCon: Companies and FOSS
PyCon: The 2017 Python Language Summit
PyCon: The unexpected effectiveness of Python in science
PyCon: Making Python faster
PyCon: Memory use in CPython and MicroPython
PyCon: An introduction to asynchronous Python
PyCon: The 2018 Python Language Summit
PyCon: Teaching Python to kids
PyCon: Python 3 at Facebook
PyCon: Python and the web
PyCon: Kindness and open-source projects
EuroPython: "Good enough" is good enough
EuroPython: The next 20 years of Python
EuroPython: Django Girls one year later
EuroPython: Guido on Python
EuroPython: Decentralization for the web
EuroPython: Python in education
EuroPython: Git + FUSE + Python = GitFS

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