As I mentioned earlier Twisted still has a long way to go until being perfect. But how did we do this year?
Surely adding two strings together can't perform wildly differently depending on how you do it. Well...
Twisted has come a long way, but is has a long way to go. Here's what my vision of what needs to change in Twisted, come 2017.
PyCon Australia is the major conference in Australia for the Python programming language. I went to it, and this is a summary of my time spent there.
Alchimia is a Twisted engine for SQLAlchemy Core, allowing use of it without blocking the Twisted reactor.