Mojo🔥: Head -to-Head with Python and Numba

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  • mandelbrot

    Microbenchmark testing Python, Numba, Mojo, Dart, C/gcc, Rust, Go, JavaScript, C#, Java, Kotlin, Pascal, Ruby, Haskell performance in Mandelbrot set generation (by maxim-saplin)

  • mandelbrot.py - baseline implementation

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  • Numba

    NumPy aware dynamic Python compiler using LLVM

  • Around the same time, I discovered Numba and was fascinated by how easily it could bring huge performance improvements to Python code.

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