Tag Archives: concurrency
Programming in Scala, Martin Odersky, 2nd edition – 2012 Java programmers will want to read this book. Written by one of the designers of the language. 800 pages.
Programming Concurrency on the JVM – Mastering Synchronization, STM, and Actors, Venkat Subramaniam, – 2011 Programmers will want to read this book. 250 pages. The Power and Perils of Concurrency Strategies for Concurrency Division of Labor excerpt Design Approaches Modern … Continue reading
Functional Programming for Java Developers Tools for Better Concurrency, Abstraction, and Agility, Dean Wampler, – 2011 Java programmers will want to read this book. The author also wrote the Scala book. Well writen, just 70 pages! FP is more concise … Continue reading
Joe Celko’s SQL For Smarties : advanced SQL programming, fourth ed. / Joe Celko, Morgan Kaufmann, 2010 If you can get past the cute title, this book is good. It is for advanced programmers, and assumes you have ‘at least … Continue reading
Multicore Application Programming For Windows, Linux, and Oracle Solaris, Darryl Gove, Addison-Wesley (2011) Contents: Hardware, processes, and threads Coding for performance Identifying opportunities for parallelism Synchronization and data sharing Using POSIX threads Windows threading Using automatic parallelization and OpenMP Handcoded … Continue reading
Professional F# 2.0, Ted Neward, 2011 F# is a high level language that makes good use of multicore processors, not requiring the programmer to put effort into synchronization. I would like to see benchmarks, because there must be considerable overhead. … Continue reading
Expert F# 2.0, Don Syme, 2010
Programming F#, Chris Smith, O’Reilly, 2010 Here is an introduction to Microsoft’s F# functional language. Legendary O’Reilly quality, 350 pages.
Real-world Functional Programming With Examples in F# and C#, Tomas Petricek, , Manning, 2010 For programmers using Microsoft’s F# functional language. 500 pages.