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I'm writing an article series on developing a concurrent system in Python 3

From: Shawn B.
Sent on: Monday, July 16, 2012 12:52 PM
The first two parts are online at 

Reddit seems to have received them decently, so I guess it's safe to tell the local Python peeps about them, too.

I think I'm still one of a small few who are working in Python 3 around here, but I hope there's something of interest even to people still working in the 2-series.

Comments, questions, requests, etc. all welcomed.


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