PyPy video documentation
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Trailer: PyPy at the PyCon 2006
This trailer shows the PyPy team at the PyCon 2006, a behind-the-scenes at sprints, talks and everywhere else.
Interview with Tim Peters
Interview with CPython core developer Tim Peters at PyCon 2006, Dallas, US. (2006-03-02)
Tim Peters, a longtime CPython core developer talks about how he got into Python, what he thinks about the PyPy project and why he thinks it would have never been possible in the US.
Interview with Bob Ippolito
What do you think about PyPy? Interview with American software developer Bob Ippolito at PyCon 2006, Dallas, US. (2006-03-01)
Bob Ippolito is an Open Source software developer from San Francisco and has been to two PyPy sprints. In this interview he is giving his opinion on the project.
Introductory talk on PyPy
This introductory talk is given by core developers Michael Hudson and Christian Tismer at PyCon 2006, Dallas, US. (2006-02-26)
Michael Hudson talks about the basic building blocks of Python, the currently available back-ends, and the status of PyPy in general. Christian Tismer takes over to explain how co-routines can be used to implement things like Stackless and Greenlets in PyPy.
Talk on Agile Open Source Methods in the PyPy project
Core developer Holger Krekel and project manager Beatrice During are giving a talk on the agile open source methods used in the PyPy project at PyCon 2006, Dallas, US. (2006-02-26)
Holger Krekel explains more about the goals and history of PyPy, and the structure and organization behind it. Bea During describes the intricacies of driving a distributed community in an agile way, and how to combine that with the formalities required for EU funding.
PyPy Architecture session
This architecture session is given by core developers Holger Krekel and Armin Rigo at PyCon 2006, Dallas, US. (2006-02-26)
Holger Krekel and Armin Rigo talk about the basic implementation, implementation level aspects and the RPython translation toolchain. This talk also gives an insight into how a developer works with these tools on a daily basis, and pays special attention to flow graphs.
Sprint tutorial by core developer Michael Hudson at PyCon 2006, Dallas, US. (2006-02-27)
Michael Hudson gives an in-depth, very technical introduction to a PyPy sprint. The film provides a detailed and hands-on overview about the architecture of PyPy, especially the RPython translation toolchain.
Scripting .NET with IronPython by Jim Hugunin
Talk by Jim Hugunin (Microsoft) on the IronPython implementation on the .NET framework at the PyCon 2006, Dallas, US.
Jim Hugunin talks about regression tests, the code generation and the object layout, the new-style instance and gives a CLS interop demo.
Bram Cohen, founder and developer of BitTorrent
Bram Cohen is interviewed by Steve Holden at the PyCon 2006, Dallas, US.
Keynote speech by Guido van Rossum on the new Python 2.5 features
Guido van Rossum explains the new Python 2.5 features at the PyCon 2006, Dallas, US.
Trailer: PyPy sprint at the University of Palma de Mallorca
This trailer shows the PyPy team at the sprint in Mallorca, a behind-the-scenes of a typical PyPy coding sprint and talk as well as everything else.
Coding discussion of core developers Armin Rigo and Samuele Pedroni
Coding discussion between Armin Rigo and Samuele Pedroni during the PyPy sprint at the University of Palma de Mallorca, Spain. 27.1.2006
PyPy technical talk at the University of Palma de Mallorca
Technical talk on the PyPy project at the University of Palma de Mallorca, Spain. 27.1.2006
Core developers Armin Rigo, Samuele Pedroni and Carl Friedrich Bolz are giving an overview of the PyPy architecture, the standard interpreter, the RPython translation toolchain and the just-in-time compiler.