Evrone at Highload++ 2021: stands, games, magic
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Highload is the largest professional IT conference for developers of high-load systems. It has been held since 2007, and during this time more than 22,000 people have taken part in it.

SAN FRANCISCO - Californer -- In 2021, Highload++ Spring was held on May 17–18 in Moscow, with a limited number of participants. Due to coronavirus restrictions, 9000 sq. meters could only accommodate 1600 people. But the exhibition turned out to be the largest in history. It had 30 company stands, and one of them was from Evrone.

We've been presenting at and attending conferences for years, and we became Highload partners back in 2020. However, due to the pandemic, some of the events that year were canceled, and some were moved online. But in 2021, we participated in full. We showed films about ourselves at the stand and gave a presentation in the main hall.

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In short:
It is generally accepted that Python and Ruby projects are not designed for heavy workloads, but this is not always the case. Python and Ruby are really slow and with the GIL, when used correctly, this is not a problem, but an expense.

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