concurrent.futures vs multiprocessing
In this lesson, you’ll see why you might want to use
concurrent.futures rather than
multiprocessing. One point to consider is that
concurrent.futures provides a couple different implementations that allow you to easily change how your computations are happening in parallel.
In the next lesson, you’ll see which situations might be better suited to using either
multiprocessing. You’ll also learn about how that ties in with the Global Interpreter Lock (GIL).
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