Yielding a Tulip
Asynchronised operations are good. Callbacks are not. Named callbacks clutter scopes and are disruptive. Anonymous callbacks create deeply nested code and become totally unreadable—Python does not even support that because it just lacks style! We deserve better. Let's take a look on how Python 3.4's new "asyncio" (aka Tulip) brings elegance to async tasks.
TP is a professional software engineer enjoying building things. He writes C++ because his boss pays him to do so, but loves Python and constantly tries to sneak it into his work as much as he can.
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