Alex Gaynor Any Python programmer knows about the major builtin data strcutres, lists, dicts, tuples, but do you always remember when you're supposed to use them? Do you know about all the cool data structures hidden in the standard library? This talk will be a review of the characteristics of the different data structures, and a tour of idiomatic ways to use some of the structures in the standard library.
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