William Scullin Python is becoming increasingly popular within the high performance computing community. While it initially gained traction as a scripting language, Python's role has continued to expand with Python applications for science scaling to hundreds of thousands of cores and bindings to high performance libraries becoming commonplace. This talk is meant as an overview of Python's role in the HPC space.
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