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  • Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow answers the age old question first asked by King Arthur.

    you have to know these things when you're a king

  • Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow answers the age old question first asked by King Arthur.

    November 2003

  • Unladen, the wild spindlings were naturally faster than their hunters 'mounts, but, panicking, they would soon run themselves out.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Unladen the Mahindra performs quite well, and although it's no bullet in the 0-100km/h sprint, managing a casual 18.3 seconds, it will keep with traffic if you keep it on the boil.

    Car Advice | News | Reviews

  • As part of this the Unladen Swallow guys are intending to contribute their benchmarks to core Python, so that we can have a standard set of benchmarks for measuring the performance of Python implementations.

    Planet Python

  • With Unladen Swallow effectively acting as a long-term branch of CPython the discussion focused around the other VMs and how to put them on equal footing with CPython.

    Coder Who Says Py

  • Unladen Swallow: the prospect of removing the GIL from Python is a promising first step.

    Ryan Tomayko

  • Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow

    February 1st, 2008

  • Throughout the conference you get a mixture of the very immediate ( "Has anyone got a Mac VGA Adapter for Room C?"), the impending ( "BoF Session for Ruby Enthusiasts in the downstairs toilets"), the infinitely retweeted ( "Unladen Swallow …."), the humorously overheard ( "OH: OK;

    Planet Python

  • Throughout the conference you get a mixture of the very immediate ( "Has anyone got a Mac VGA Adapter for Room C?"), the impending ( "BoF Session for Ruby Enthusiasts in the downstairs toilets"), the infinitely retweeted ( "Unladen Swallow …."), the humorously overheard ( "OH: OK;

    Planet Python

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