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Speeding up your Python data pipelines with Cython and Nim

How Cython or Nim can help you get more from Python and achieve better performance

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There are many ways to speed up Python, from writing more efficient python code to leveraging optimized libraries such as Numpy when doing mathematical computation. But it is also…




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Julien Kervizic

Julien Kervizic

Living at the interstice of business, data and technology | Head of Data at iptiQ by SwissRe | previously at Facebook, Amazon | julienkervizic@gmail.com

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