noone at lewscanon.com
Mon Jun 8 00:03:48 CEST 2009
Jon Harrop wrote:
> I agree entirely but my statements were about parallelism and not
> concurrency. Parallel and concurrent programming have wildly different
> characteristics and solutions. I don't believe shared mutable state is
> overly problematic in the context of parallelism. Indeed, I think it is
> usually the best solution in that context.
Interesting distinction. Would it be fair to compare concurrent programming
to the bricks used to build the parallel program's edifice?
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