Yeah it is all about testing the limits of your system.
Increasing max_workers to 14 further decreased time by ~30%. Playing with got me to this optimal number for max_workers.
Right?! I just learned something about the Python internals which I perviously didn't know.
Hmmm. That didn't work for me. >>> check(0.5) False Do you mind sharing why 0.5 should work?
On the same post on Reddit, my solution was 0.5 and every float number.
The second solution is brilliant! I love it :)
By applying your great tip I just sped up an importing process to an Atlassian Jira instance by a factor of 50 or more! Amazing!
PySimpleGUI is another option. http://www.PySimpleGUI.org . With it you can develop your GUI on your desktop or in the browser. The code is the same except for the import statement. It runs on to...
Thanks Daniel, that's really useful! I didn't know there was a Rust implementation of Python - I was thinking of starting one myself as a hobby project, now I'm thinking of contributing. A great ...
Works like a charm, but wand/imagemagick currently might have some security issue (see https://alexvanderbist.com/posts/2018/fixing-imagick-error-unauthorized) I got it to work with pdf2image ins...