CPython Internals
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CPython Internals

6. Exploring CPython NoneType implementation

In this video we are going to explore CPython source code and NoneType implementation internally.
As a bonus we are using GDB to create NoneType objects using Python/C API. After this video we are ready to change None object to do the most useless things.




Here we are going to share video and also written content about CPython Internals. Mostly, we dig into source code of Python and make changes in order to learn something new. The topic will include various sub-tasks which will be explored on the journey.

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Shahriyar Rzayev

Shahriyar Rzayev

Azerbaijan Python User Group lead — True Pythonista. Open Source enthusiast.

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