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InfoQ interviews Joe Duffy about the safe parallelism paper

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    felix9

    http://www.infoq.com/articles/Joe-Duffy-Safe-Parallelism

    Quite interesting, especially the part about "safe message passing"  Scared

    the Haskell part also complements Joe's blog post http://www.bluebytesoftware.com/blog/2012/12/08/ImperativeFunctional.aspx

    Surprised its InfoQ who did this interview, not Channel9, too nervous about talking too much ?? Devil

    Actually MSR has more interesting projects, but we haven't seen building 99 on C9 for a loong time already, what gives ?

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    Charles

    @felix9: Good feedback, Felix. I've been working on other projects not related to C9, so my interview execution has suffered. I'll see if Joe will come on C9 and try to get some more MSR goodness in the pipeline.

    C

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    felix9

    Oh did you go back coding in C++ ?? Tongue Out

    Just kidding, but I just realized C9 have only one Charles for deep content, and one is too few IMHO, you need to recruit more technical interviewers/producers, in the same league with you and Jonathan Allen from InfoQ, especially when Erik Meijer is also busy on other things, right ? Angel

    And, I hope you're still going for GOTO Chicago. Smiley

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    Richard.Hein

    @felix9: Can't wait to hear more.

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    Charles

    @felix9: I won't be attending GOTO Chicago. I'll be on vacation. Fortunately, most of the speakers are the same as YOW 2012, so there are plenty of interviews with them already. Re coding again, nope. That's an elusive dream. I'm working on more PM type things (investigation, planning, strategy). I do have VS (and other IDEs) open during the course of the day.

    I'm going to the Xamarin Evolve event and bringing my camera gear. Hopefully, Miguel will join me for a chat.

    C

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