PyCon 2011: Using Coroutines to Create Efficient, High-Concurrency Web Applications

Matt Spitz Creating high-concurrency python web applications is inherently difficult for a variety of reasons. In this talk, I'll discuss the various iterations of application server paradigms we've used at meebo, the advantages/disadvantages of each approach, and why we've settled on a coroutine-based WSGI setup to handle our high-concurrency web applications going forward.

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