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Intro to Asynchronous Programming in Python with Async IO

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Writing sequential (or synchronous) code is familiar to many programmers especially when they are getting started. It’s the kind of code that is executed one line at a time, one instruction at a time.

In the asynchronous world, the occurrence of events is independent of the main program flow. This means that actions are executed in the background, without waiting…

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Ezz El Din Abdullah

Ezz El Din Abdullah

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