Founded in 2003, the Chicago Python User Group is one of the world's most active programming language special interest groups with over 1,000 active members. Telnyx was proud to sponsor this month’s meeting.
Our very own engineers – Brian Stempin and Yiu Ming Huynh – provided an exemplary presentation on data classes in Python 3.7. Here’s the synopsis:
“Python prides itself on being a language where “There should be one – and preferably only one – obvious way to do it” (PEP 20). One place where this isn’t really true is when it comes to the question of how to store data. There are several options: dictionaries, tuples, named tuples, vanilla Python classes, and Python classes decorated with the attrs library. PEP 557 adds a new way: Data classes. In this talk we will compare and contrast each approach, give listeners a way to figure out which one is best for their particular project, and share some performance metrics for those who are concerned with speed and memory footprints.”
Check out the presentation here and pictures from the event below:Embedded content: https://www.instagram.com/p/BlLbBGjhcVl/
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