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Asynchronous programming in java

Today I want to talk about Asynchronous programming, particularly how we can apply asynchronous programming using Java. Let start with simple question..

What is Asynchronous program ? 1,491 more words

Functional Programming

Conversations & Reflection Series (Part - 1)

“Can you snapchat this man !”

‘Love thy iron’: These days i have fallen in similar love.

I generally work out with young athletic fellas in the age range of 19-22 years. 482 more words


Red Hat at the ISO C++ Standards Meeting (June 2016, Oulu): Parallelism and Concurrency

Several Red Hat engineers recently attended the JTC1/SC22/WG21 C++ Standards Committee meetings in Oulu, Finland.  This post focuses on the sessions of SG1 (the standards committee sub-group 1 – for concurrency and parallelism) as well as on coroutines-related sessions. 626 more words


Jesus Sets You Free

“Arbeit Macht Frei” – “Work sets you free”.

I’ve come back from a family trip to Prague and one of our excursions included a day at the Terezin Concentration Camp. 314 more words


Pure Process Parallelism

For purely functional programming, Haskell-style par/seq parallelism is has a simple API and is flexible. But it assumes you have lightweight threads and scheduling. Unfortunately, par/seq does not work nicely if the overhead for forking a thread or communication between threads rises. 688 more words

Language Design

Concurrency Vs Parallelism

While trying to understand the difference between Concurrency & Parallelism, I came across this 30 minute talk by Rob Pike that clearly explains the differences. 117 more words