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Python Concurrency: An Intro to Threads

February 24, 2014 by Mike
Python has a number of different concurrency constructs such as threading, queues and multiprocessing. The threading module used to be the primary way of accomplishing concurrency. A few years ago, the multiprocessing module was added to the Python suite of standard libraries. This article will be focused on the threading module though.

Python Concurrency: An Example of a Queue

August 1, 2012 by Mike
Python comes with a lot of cool concurrency tools builtin, such as threads, Queues, semaphores and multiprocessing. In this article, we'll spend some time learning how to use Queues. A Queue can be used for first-in-first out or last-in-last-out stack-like implementations if you just use them directly. If you'd like to see that in action, […]

wxPython and Threads

May 22, 2010 by Mike
If you use GUIs in Python much, then you know that sometimes you need to execute some long running process every now and then. Of course, if you do that as you would with a command line program, then you'll be in for a surprise. In most cases, you'll end up blocking your GUI's event […]
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