Here’s the abstract I submitted for a birds-of-a-feather session at TechEd US:
Benefits of Functional Programming ideas in the context of parallelization efforts
Parallelization is an important topic these days and Microsoft are doing a lot to make it easier. Without looking at the agenda, it seems safe to say that TechEd will be full of content around Parallel Extensions, the many-core shift and related issues. .NET Parallel Extensions are valuable and important, but there is still one difficult task that developers need to take care of: structure overall architecture as well as any given code snippet in such a way that the new “technical bits” can do their job. On the surface, this has not become any easier than it was with multi-threading. Functional Programming techniques don’t have all the answers, but they do provide one valuable approach that helps solve these outstanding problems. Every program should be at least a little bit functional these days. Whether you agree or not - come to this session and tell all of us about it!
Whether you’re going to be there or not, please follow this link and vote for it!
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