Python 3000

Posted in on February 26, 2007

Python 3000
Google Tech Talks
February 14, 2007


Since the renewed Python 3000 effort was announced at PyCon 2006, a lot has happened. We've implemented about half of the promised changes in a branch, we've solidified the schedule, there's a refactoring tool that can do source-to-source translations, and we've produced several gigabytes of discussion about language change proposals. In this talk, a preview of a keynote to be given at PyCon 2007, I'll discuss the Python 3000 road map, status, and what this means for the average Python user.

This talk is part of the Advanced Topics in Programming Languages series. The goal of this series is to encourage all of the people at Google who know and love programming languages to share their knowledge.

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