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Channeling the Inner Complexity by Jakob Odersky

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When writing programs that scale you need to have constructs to model concurrency in an understandable, safe, and efficient manner. At Scale by the Bay, Software Developer Jakob Odersky showed us the impact on program structure and complexity when using such models in Scala. 

Find out on the inner complexity below.

 

 
Channeling the Inner Complexity
An essential requirement for writing programs that scale, is to have constructs to model concurrency in an understandable, safe, and efficient manner. This talk presents an overview of various such models available in Scala, and their impact on program structure and complexity. It then explores a way to model concurrency with less complexity with an implementation of Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP), heavily inspired by Goroutines, scala-async and Clojure's core.async.
 
This talk was given by Jakob Odersky at Scale by the Bay.