concurrency

Evolution of Service Architecture

Assembly: the only way In principle there was only one: assembly machine language. Hardware and software engineer was a one-role. The guy who was able to project a chip, was the one who was able to program it. Then Fortan (1957), the first high level language compiler was created. C the write once of ’70 …

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Erlang Book Review

After reading an interesting article on Erlang  and Java interoperability, I have decided to dedicate my spare time to Erlang. O’Reilly has just published a wonderful book on Erlang, so I decided to dive into it.

Evolving concurrency, like memory management did

As processors become faster and multiprocessor systems become cheaper, the need to take advantage of multithreading in order to achieve full hardware resource utilization only increases the importance of being able to incorporate concurrency in a wide variety of application categories. In this article we are evaluting a new approach to the concurrency. In the …

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