This article is the final one of the series I wrote about scaling a large
number of connections in a Python application. If you don't remember what the
problem we're trying to solve is, here it is, coming from one of my followers':
The time of the release arrived. A little more than three months have passed
since the latest minor version, 4.1, has been released. There are tons of
improvement and a few nice significant features in this release!
I am proud to announce today the immediate release of Scaling Python, my second book
about Python! It talks about the distribution and performance of applications
written in Python, and how to build them properly!
It took me a year to build this entirely new product around Python. It's an
exciting moment and I am sure it will enjoy many of my dear readers that are
waiting for it for a while now!
A few months ago, my friend Dimitri Fontaine and I discussed writing books
and sharing our knowledge. If you do not know Dimitri yet, he is an old-time
PostgreSQL Major Contributor – meaning he writes code for the PostgreSQL
A few days ago, I've recently been contacted by Godson Rapture
from Cool Python codes to answer a few questions about what I work on in
open source. Godson regularly interview developers and I invite you to check
out his website!