#225 [Talk-25/50] Distributed apps frameworks' models classification
Closed: Talk Not Scheduled 8 months ago by mattdm. Opened 8 months ago by peter.

= Questions/Requested Information

  1. What is your proposal?

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.

  1. Who in addition to the speaker needs to be in the room for this to succeed? This could be the audience you need to reach, other participants in the conversation, or other stakeholders.

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.

  1. Is this a…

(Delete all that DO NOT apply)

  • 25 minute Talk
  • 50 minute Talk

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.

  1. Anything else we need to know?

No extra room setup or gear required except for a typical presentation hardware (capable of opening a PDF file)

  1. Who are you?
  • Name: Peter Lemenkov
  • FAS ID: peter

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)

8 months ago

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