Built in Super Heroes. David Beazley
in an entertaining keynote to the “PyData Chicago 2016”
conference. He has a number of very good and entertaining (and very
advanced) videos. You have to spend an entire evening with him
Raymond Hettinger covering most if not all aspects and
possiblities of concurrency. Very informative, very concise,
Async; I didn’t even mention that. asyncio. Me big fan.
Understanding the Python GIL: David Beazley
dissecting the Global Interpreter Lock, explaining why
multiprocessing is better. At around minute 45, in the
questions/answers, there a mention that using NumPy operations in
multiple threads is truly parallel.
Modules and Packages. David Beazley
has a three hour (!) really cool and in-depth look into the
seemingly simple import mechanism.
Virtual Environments Tutorial: Corey Schafer
again. Virtual environments are kind of an isolated development
sandbox, solving a similar problem as containers do, but much more
lightweight and Python only.