[Stackless] Italian PyCon

Richard Tew richard.m.tew at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 11:46:45 CEST 2007

On 3/27/07, Cristiano Paris <frodo at theshire.org> wrote:
> on the next 9th and 10th of June the first italian PyCon will be held in
> Florence, Italy.
> I've been following this mailing list for a while as I think Stackless
> is a fundamental step in the Python evolution, even more now that we
> have many-core architecture and parallel programming is going to be next
> big thing hitting the mainstream.
> I've been playing with Stackless for about one year now, but just for
> amateur and study projects, so I'm not confident that I could held a
> full-fledged presentation by myself. Maybe some of you has prepared a
> presentation before that I may translate into Italian and follow to
> present Stackless.

Hi Cristiano,

The most recent presentation, which was very well made, is Andrew
Dalke's.  And went down very well at PyCon from what I hear.  You can
find his post about it and the link to the slides here:


Hope this helps,

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