Laws of Newtonian mechanics don’t make sense as we get closer to the speed of light. Laws of serial execution are useless once we enter the world of concurrency.
In this episode we’ll define concurrency and talk about why is it hard to write concurrent programs. With the help of Daniel and Steve we’ll explore tools that are there in Clojure and Rust to help engineers deal with multiple threads of execution.
Host: Andrey Salomatin flpvsk.com
Clojure for the Brave and True, Daniel Higginbotham
Java Concurrency in Practice: http://amzn.to/1PVlDbm
Rust Documentation: http://www.rust-lang.org/documentation.html
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