Developers are flocking to Erlang because of its superb support for concurrency. Erlang's actor-based approach is particularly strong, but it's not the only way.
What approaches are other languages and ecosystems taking? And what lessons can the Erlang community learn from them?
- There’s more to parallelism than multiple cores
- Parallelism and concurrency related, but different
- There’s more to concurrency than actors
- Anyone who is interested in understanding the wide range of approaches being adopted within the software field to help us deal with the increasing importance of parallelism and concurrency.