I will immediately confess that I do very little multithreading, so questions of style and organization in this domain a little fresh to me. I've written a data structure (in Python, if that matters) ...
I'm developing a small system with two components: one polls data from an internet resource and translates it into sql data to persist it locally; the second one reads that sql data from the local ...
I wrote a program which scrape internet sites. It is pretty straigtforward because it process link one by one. With the limiting factor of the internet speed, the process is rather slow. I wonder, ...
I have a 10K LOC project written in Django with quite a deal of Celery (RabbitMQ) for asynchronicity and background jobs where needed, and have come to the conclusion that parts of the system would ...
I'm looking to dive into multithreading or multiprocessing in Python. Question: should I be learning one before the other (for any reason)? If so, which one and why? I've read the pro's and con's in ...