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  ## Utviklerlunsj: Programming with coroutines and asynchronous I/O
  
  [Slides](https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q2y6fiGCcx87GWd8ipe55chilhiGJHIgSlZ2Ln2MhNU/edit?usp=sharing)
  
  In this repository are the code examples.
  
  
  ### Run the examples
  
  You need Python 3.5 for the examples. It's the newest production version of Python that was finalized in September 2015, so you might not have it yet. If you happen to run Ubuntu Linux, I can recommend [this PPA](https://launchpad.net/~fkrull/+archive/ubuntu/deadsnakes) to get Python 3.5 on a distro version that doesn't have it yet.
  
  For example 2, you need the pip packages listed in [pip3-req.txt](pip3-req.txt). `pip3 install -r pip3-req.txt` should do the trick. Preferably locally in a virtualenv:
  
  ```bash
  python3.5 -m venv py-env
  . ./py-env/bin/activate
  pip3 install -r pip3-req.txt
  ```