Re: [Clojure-NYC] New Meetup: November Clojure Meetup - Asynchronous Events in Clojure by Stuart Seirra

From: Chas E.
Sent on: Monday, November 15, 2010 10:12 AM
In any case, it sounds like an interesting talk from a properly opinionated, experienced speaker.  I look forward to hearing the counterpoint in q&a or at the bar afterwards. :-)

- Chas

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From: "Tim Olsen" <[address removed]>
Date: Mon, Nov 15,[masked]:31 am
Subject: [Clojure-NYC] New Meetup: November Clojure Meetup - Asynchronous Events in Clojure by Stuart Seirra
To: <[address removed]>

Rich Hickey has argued that actors are not the best concurrency model
for same-process state management.  See http://clojure.org/state ,
section "Message Passing and Actors"

Tim

On 11/15/[masked]:12 AM, James Dennis wrote:
> /Are Actors useful after all?/
>
> What's with the tone here? Actors have been regarded as one of the best
> concurrency models for a long time.
> //
>
> On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 9:05 AM, Eric Thorsen <[address removed]
> <mailto:[address removed]>> wrote:
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>     *What*: November Clojure Meetup - Asynchronous Events in Clojure by
>     Stuart Seirra <http://www.meetup.com/Clojure-NYC/calendar/14467939/>
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>     *When*: Wednesday, November 17,[masked]:45 PM
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>     *Where*: google
>     76 9th Avenue
>     NY, NY 10011
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>     Agenda
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>         * Opening Comments
>         * Talk - Asynchronous Events in Clojure
>           From the speaker: Stuart Sierra
>           How can we respond to events outside our application? How can
>           processes talk to one another? Are Actors useful after all?
>           What the bleep is RX? What about message queues?
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>           This talk will not answer any of these questions, but it will
>           be an discussion of some interesting experiments by myself and
>           others
>         * Q&A
>         * Wrap up
>         * Going out for some food, drink and conversation
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