Month: September 2017

Inside the Python’s GIL

This is a slightly dated (2009) but very informative talk from David Beazley about threading in Python and the Global Interpreter Lock. Some topics include: details of how threads are implemented in python and where the GIL arises from and how it works. I found this very enlightening, specially given how little details the documentation […]

Multiple Perspectives On Technical Problems and Solutions A very interesting articles describing how architecture reviews were introduced and evolved at Etsy. So what was this architecture review meeting all about? It was pretty simple, really. It was just a presentation by the engineer(s) looking for feedback on a solution they came up with […] The intent here was to help the […]