links for 2011-09-26

  • Functional programming is mostly about evaluating (possibly parallelizable) expressions. Object-oriented programming is mostly about passing messages among (possibly autonomous) objects. These, and other familiar programming models do not transparently map to common platforms. This talk describes some of the ideas involved in supporting them, along with intermediary forms that come into play in effective concurrent programming.

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