Welcome Python 3.11, An Upgrade To Control Decades-Long Speed
Published on Aug 13, 2022
Compared to Python 3.10, Python 3.11 is 10-60% faster. Using the standard benchmark suite, developers measured an average speedup of 1.25x.
It’s easy to learn, versatile and includes thousands of libraries useful for data science, making Python incredibly popular. The only downside is that it isn’t as fast. Python 3.11 will change that with its first beta release (version 3.11.0b1) ahead of its stable release later this year. One of the most eagerly awaited releases is the release of this version. According to the release notes, Python 3.11 is 10-60 per cent faster than Python 3.10.
What is the process for doing this? In Python 3.11, a project called Faster CPython replaces CPython as the standard interpreter, where CPython is the standard version. A Microsoft-funded project, Faster CPython includes Python inventor Guido van Rossum, Microsoft senior software engineer Eric Snow, and Mark Shannon, who serves as the project’s technical lead.
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