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- Your host today is Tobias Macey
- Today I am interviewing Jacques de Hooge about his work on the Transcrypt Project
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Interview with Jacques de Hooge
- How did you get introduced to Python? – Tobias
- What is Transcrypt and what inspired you to create it? – Tobias
- As you mention in the documentation, there are a number of projects that attempt to shoehorn Python into the browser. What makes Transcrypt different? – Tobias
- How is the transpilation performed and what are some of the methods that you used to get the build size as small as it is? – Tobias
- Is Transcrypt complete and stable enough to be used in production? – Tobias