Designing concurrent applications in Haskell and ErlangAbhijit Pratap Singh
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Functional languages are in the news for many good reasons. One of them is the method in which they solve the traditional problems relating to concurrency and parallelism while keeping the troubles of shared state at bay.
This talk is to explore the paradigms of concurrency in these languages and realize the advantages of such paradigms over the traditional ones. Its pretty much evident in the recent past how simple apps have scaled massively without any hiccups using Erlang, Haskell and other functional languages and this talk will also show a demo of a scalable cache written in both Erlang and Haskell and simulating them for their performance and integrity.