Can Restrictive Coding Standards Make Us More Productive?

added by Robert Greyling
1/17/2015 11:26:52 AM

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Necessarily, parts of their code are multi-threaded and acting on shared data. Before we begin, let's just remind ourselves that this is something that all programming languages have to deal with. Functional programming uses sleight of hand to make it look like multiple threads aren't acting on shared data, but they do this typically by pushing mutable state out into some transactional mechanism where our persistent data is managed. And hence, at some point, we must deal with the potential consequences of concurrency.


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