Hi all, This is a short "position paper" kind of post about my view (Armin Rigo's) on the future of multicore programming in high-level languages. It is a summary of the keynote presentation at EuroPython. As I learned by talking with people afterwards, I am not a good enough speaker to manage to convey a deeper message in a 20-minutes talk. I will try instead to convey it in a 250-lines post... This is about three points: We often hear about people wanting a version of Python running without th More

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