Thinking in coroutines
Date: This event took place live on June 28 2016
Presented by: Lukasz Langa
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Running on every production server at Facebook, asyncio is a proven framework that lets you work with concurrent code that is shorter to write, easier to read, more friendly to test, and often even faster to run. Lukasz Langa demystifies the core concepts behind asyncio, demonstrating how basic they really are. Lukasz uses actual asyncio source code to explain the event loop, blocking calls, coroutines, tasks, futures, thread pool executors and process pool executors, and yield from/async/await. Lukasz also explains how unit testing and debugging works in an asynchronous world. No prior asyncore, Twisted, or Node.js experience required.
About Lukasz Langa
Lukasz Langa is a production engineer at Facebook. Lukasz has been a Python committer since 2010. He's also a chronic perfectionist, a pianist, and a dad. In his free time, Lukasz uses Python 3 to help Facebook maintain cache consistency.