Introducing `compiled`: The easiest way to speed up your Python apps

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Python 3.0 had silently added a little feature to the language that, at the time, had no actual use case: you could now add "annotations" to your functions.

Fast forward 15 years, there is now a thriving community of developers and projects that have adopted the feature to add "type hints" to your code, and find bugs with highly sophisticated type checking tools.

While type checking in Python has become fairly commonplace, a new forefront has been coming up in the background, which is using these type hints to speed up your code. This talk is about one such project, called `compiled`.

The project claims to speed up your Python project by just running one command. How exactly is that possible? You'll find out in this talk.

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