Kesia Mary Joies

Kesia Mary Joies is a passionate Python developer. She enjoys leveraging logical thinking to develop software solutions that make people's lives easier. At present, she is focused on developing Strollby - a travel platform that utilises Python micro-services with GraphQL backend.

She considers herself as a Leader, Inspirer, and Philanthropist. She was awarded the Grace Hopper Scholarship for the year 2021, awarded annually to women in Technology. Also, she was recognised recently as the Top 5 Best Women Outgoing Students from India, conducted by IEEE Pune Section and Hope Foundation India.


Zero-Copy Zen: Boost Performance with Memory View
Kesia Mary Joies, Aby M Joseph

Are you tired of struggling with memory management in Python? Do you want to take your skills to the next level and achieve maximum performance while minimising memory usage? Look no further, here is Zero-Copy in Python!
Zero-copy is a technique in computer programming that allows data to be transferred between different parts of a program without being copied to intermediate buffers. In Python, this technique can be achieved using the memory view object, which provides a view into the memory of other objects. Learn how to efficiently manipulate large datasets and optimise your code with the help of this powerful tool. Whether you're working with sockets, objects or memory profiling, memory view is your key to faster and more efficient Python programming.

TBD - Multiple Tracks (2023)
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