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In this presentation I will try to classify distributed apps frameworks by a concurrency model implemented. To do this I have to explore briefly available approaches, their shortcomings and benefits. This in turn will require me to dive deep into philosophical concepts of distributed computing in general and draw a similarities between the topic of a distributed computing and some other fields of natural sciences.
It will be an entry-level introduction so everyone who's interested in parallel computing and multicore/network applications is welcome to have fun. No practical knowledge of pthreads/Erlang/Golang/Python Twisted/Node.js/MPI/Scala is required.
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I can do both but 50 minutes should fit better. I';ve made a 25 mins talk on that matter once - it was a bit short.
No extra room setup or gear required except for a typical presentation hardware (capable of opening a PDF file)
I'm sorry -- the CFP closed on July 1st.
Metadata Update from @mattdm:
- Issue close_status updated to: Talk Not Scheduled
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)
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