The Current State Of Pyston As An Open-Source, High Performance Python
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 24 November 2015 at 08:51 PM EST. 14 Comments
PROGRAMMING --
A status update concerning the Dropbox-sponsored Pyston project was presented earlier this month.

A status update on the open-source Python high-performance JIT project was shared at a Pyston meet-up two weeks ago. For those interested, the Pyston blog shared today that this interesting video has now been uploaded.

See below to learn more about Pyston.


Pyston 0.4 was released in early November as the current stable release.
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