Talk Python to Me podcast: Episode #107: Python concurrency with Curio - David Beazley
[ You've heard me go on and on about how Python 3.5's async and await features changed the game for asynchronous programming in Python, but what exactly does that mean? How does that look in the APIs? How does it work internally? Today I'm here with David Beazley (@dabeaz) who's been deeply exploring this space with his project Curio. And that's what this episode of Talk Python To Me is all about. It's episode 107 recorded April 14th 2017. ]
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