Harsh Bardhan Mishra
Building Polyglot Python applications using MetaCall Core
In this talk, the speaker will be sharing a high-level overview of how MetaCall Core works internally and how to use it to develop polyglot applications. The speaker will be demonstrating a Machine Learning-based News Scrapper where Python and Node are used together to build a Polyglot application.
The outline for this talk is as follows:
At the end of the talk, the audience would be able to get a start with the MetaCall Core library and leverage it for building polyglot applications. Audience will also have a holistic understanding of how MetaCall works internally with the Python API that extends its usage with other languages and frameworks. Audience will also understand other alternatives, like GraalVM and take a look at benchmarks through example.
The Prerequisites for this talk aren’t hard and fast. The Code demonstration would be done on Visual Studio Code. The viewers should have an understanding of the following:
MetaCall Core features a handy Shell Script that can be used to set up the Command Line interface in a handy way. Viewers can use either BASH or PowerShell to set up the same which would be instructed during the session.
The Code has been made available on a public GitHub repository which would be shared during the session. During this session, The speaker will be speaking through his experiences and understanding of MetaCall Core and instruct on how the library can be used for Polyglot development.