SQLAlchemy Magic

So I wrote a post over on the Mobify blog about reducing the memory requirements of SQLAlchemy when doing big queries. It’s interesting writing for a company blog instead of my own – I’d be a lot more quirky and use funnier examples if it were just for me. On the other hand, it’s good sometimes to have the time to dig deep into a subject and work out proper examples and actual stats, to make a better post.

Anyway, if you have to use SQLAlchemy to pull big data sets into Python code, you might find it interesting.