Who said Python couldn’t be fast? Apart from competing for the best name of a software library ever, Sanic also competes for the fastest Python web framework ever, and appears to be the winner by a clear margin. It is a Flask-like Python 3.5+ web server that is designed for speed.
You will never get any more out of life than you expect.
But when it comes down to actually handling the nitty-gritty of relationships, we’re given no pointers … or worse, we’re given advice columns in women’s magazines. Yes, it’s trial-and-error from the get-go. And if you’re like most people, it’s been mostly error.
My theory is that a founder’s happiness is tied to the rate of change of their startup’s success. In other words, your happiness graph is the first derivative of your success graph.
I came a long way with Sublevel but I’m still unhappy.
In Part 1 of this series, we introduced you to WSGI and the top 6 WSGI web servers. In this post, we’ll show you the result of our performance benchmark analysis of these servers. There are many production-grade WSGI servers, and we were curious as to how well they performed. To this end, we constructed a benchmark to test six of the most popular servers.