3-5 July 2006
CERN, Geneva
Europe/Zurich timezone

Speed up your Python code

5 Jul 2006, 15:10
40-SS-D01 (CERN, Geneva)


CERN, Geneva


Dr Stefan Schwarzer (SSchwarzer.com)


Does it seem your Python code (or even Python code in general) is too slow? If yes, come to this talk. It explains: - which rules should guide you when optimizing Python code - when you should optimize at all - how to find the bottlenecks in your code - what big-O notation is and what it's good for - which changes may help to speed up your Python code - using hardware, algorithms or Python-specific idioms. This talk is for developers of Python code. The less experience you have, the more you will profit. If you are familiar with software development but new to Python, especially the Python-specific tips will interest you.

Primary author

Dr Stefan Schwarzer (SSchwarzer.com)

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