[Haskell-cafe] [***SPAM***] Parallel Haskell Digest 11
eric at well-typed.com
Fri Jul 6 16:03:58 CEST 2012
Ooh, nice catch. Fixed on the HTML version.
Subject line makes me wonder how often the digests get caught in people's spam filters
Oh and while I'm at it, I'll take the opportunity to plug the PH Digest survey (I'll be annoying and make a reminder post just about the survey next week)
I didn't design it very well, particularly as I failed to give a clear question for people who don't read the digest. I think if you don't read the digest, the best thing for now is just to say so in the comments form.
I may add a "I read the Parallel Haskell Digest" question if it helps later.
On 6 Jul 2012, at 14:57, Sean Leather wrote:
> Hi Eric (et Café),
> On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 5:13 PM, Eric Kow wrote:
> * [Everybody should write everything in Go?][m7] (28 May)
> Ryan Hayes posted a small [snippet of Go][go-snippet] showing how
> friendly he found it for writing concurrent programs, “No
> pthread... not stupid crap... just works!”. The program seems to
> create 4 threads which print out 1 to 100 each. What do Haskellers
> think? See the comments for some discussion between Haskell people
> like Simon Marlow, and some folks in the Go community about our
> respective approaches to the problem.
> [go-snippet]: https://gist.github.com/3010649
> [m7]: https://plus.google.com/app/plus/mp/588/#~loop:view=activity&aid=z13pwzbajpqeg3qmo23hgporhlywe1fd5
> The [m7] link didn't work for me, but the following appears to be the referenced thread:
Eric Kow <http://erickow.com>
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