How the Python team is adapting the language for an AI future

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In part two of their conversation, Ben and Kyle chat with Python core developer and Steering Council member Pablo Galindo Salgado about balancing consistency and new features in language design, the importance of gathering community feedback on new iterations, and why he’s focused on making Python faster.

Pablo is a Python core developer, Steering Council member, and release manager of Python 3.10 and 3.11. He’s currently a senior software engineer at Bloomberg.

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