My recent talk at PyGotham 2017

PyGotham is always a great conference, and I was happy to give this talk at this year's iteration.


  1. I heard the presentation was terrible!

  2. So, the state for each user is in vm, which is passed with each request. The data in Vm is a small memory array, a stack array, a set of registers and some flags. A request string is parsed and the corresponding op performed in vm. Users can inspect after each instruction. Is that the idea? (Do you have a page that displays the Blue Screen of Death?)

    1. Well, they can also run code in chunks on the server, depending on whether they choose "Run" or "Step".

      But generally, yes.


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