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Why PyPy by Example - PyPy Talk from PyCon 2012

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Why PyPy by Example - PyPy Talk from PyCon 2012

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Speakers: Maciej Fijalkowski, Alex Gaynor, Armin Rigo

One of the goals of PyPy is to make existing Python code faster, however an even broader goal was to make it possible to write things in Python that previously would have needed to be written in C or other low-level programming languages.

The video includes a Q&A Session around the 20 minute mark in the video.

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