Python News: What’s New From January 2023

The new year has arrived, and January brought a flurry of new and interesting Python enhancement proposals (PEPs). Topics range from f-string formalization and no-GIL Python to packaging. There’s been ample discussion on the Python Discourse forum about the implications of these PEPs, and if you’re still a bit wary of diving deeper into the discussions, then you can get a softer introduction here.

There have also been a couple of noteworthy new releases, first and foremost the fourth alpha release of Python 3.12. And finally, there’s a new job posting out for a security developer in residence sponsored by the Python Software Foundation (PSF).

Let’s dive into the biggest Python news from the past month!


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