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How to use asyncio in Python to achieve concurrency? — #12

Welcome to Learning at Lambert Labs session #12. This week, Rafiq Hilali, takes us asyncio, part of the Python standard library, and how you can use it to achieve concurrency with asynchronous coroutines.

In Today’s Learning Session:

  • Different types of concurrency (threading, multiprocessing, asynchronous coroutines).
  • What are asynchronous coroutines?
  • When should you use asyncio?
  • Demo using app that uses IP address to find local weather
  • aiohttp client framework for asynchronous requests.
  • asynchronous vs. synchronous.

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