Tag: concurrency

Episode 447: Michael Perry on Immutable Architecture

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Episode 447: Michael Perry on Immutable Architecture

Michael L. Perry discusses his recently published book, The Art of Immutable Architecture. Using familiar examples such as git and blockchain, he distinguishes immutable architecture from other approaches and addresses possible misunderstandings about designing an architecture for immutability. Michael and host Jeff Doolittle also examine other relevant topics such as location independence, conflict-free replicated data […]

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Episode 372: Aaron Patterson on the Ruby Runtime

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Episode 372: Aaron Patterson on the Ruby Runtime

Aaron Patterson of GitHub discusses the Ruby language and its runtime.  Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Aaron about the Ruby language and how it works.  They discuss the language virtual machine, concurrency, garbage collection, and JIT compilation.  If you’ve ever wondered what’s happening under the hood of a programming language, this is a great introduction. […]

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SE-Radio Episode 348: Riccardo Terrell on Concurrency

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SE-Radio Episode 348: Riccardo Terrell on Concurrency

Riccardo Terrell, author of Concurrency in .NET: Modern Patterns of Concurrent and Parallel Programming, discusses concurrency, an important topic in the era of multicores in any machine. SE Radio host Felienne spoke with Terrell about concurrency, parallelism, and immutability. They discussed the impact of programming languages and paradigms on concurrent programming and explored common issues […]

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SE-Radio 336: Saša Jurić on Elixir

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SE-Radio 336: Saša Jurić on Elixir

Saša Jurić, author of Elixir in Action, talks about the Elixir programming language, language gaining in popularity. Topics include: Host Nate Black talks with Juric about: Elixir’s relationship to the Erlang virtual machine (BEAM); the advantages of the Erlang ecosystem; the “sweet spot” for Elixir programs; why a new language was needed for the Erlang […]

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SE-Radio Episode 279: Florian Gilcher on Rust

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SE-Radio Episode 279: Florian Gilcher on Rust

Eberhard talks with Florian Gilcher about the programming language Rust. Rust originates from Mozilla research. Its focus is on system programming and it is often used to replace C or C++. Topics include the concepts behind Rust; concurrent and safe programming; advanced and unique features like ownership and borrowing; the rust type system (which supports […]

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