This page provides nightly build information and raw workload results for a number of programming language implementations. Our current focus is on CPython, PyPy, Node.js, and OpenJDK*. The large and very active communities behind each of these projects generate daily commits, bug fixes, new language features, and performance optimizations. With so much activity going on, it is hard to track the impact that each commit has on the overall performance status of the language.
Our goal is to monitor how the code bases evolve by maintaining a long-term history of the language engine's performance status. We'll run a multitude of workloads as well as real-life scenarios that the community considers relevant.
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