I am still trying to figure out this Python speedup thing with C++ or C integration using Cython

(Last Updated On: August 7, 2014)

I am still trying to figure out this Python speedup thing with C++ or C  integration using Cython

Here is a decent looking quick and dirty tutorial:

http://blog.perrygeo.net/2008/04/19/a-quick-cython-introduction/

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5710441/call-cython-function-from-c

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This video is very encouraging for those who he’ll bent for speed. If python can be made this fast, it would be import at to see to include the order management for trading. There is something call ibpy for interactive brokers.

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