Tuesday, May 24th, 2005p>Coming from a world such as Java, developers sometimes wish they had rich threading constructs. The f(m) project has gone ahead and implemented a threading construct / library for you to use.
Threading is a double edged sword though. It is very easy to shoot yourself in the foot, and it brings in a lot of complexity. This is why many want to stay away from this road.
If you look at Microsoft’s COmega, you see creative concurrency models that we could learn from too.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 2:42 pm