Concurrent is not parallel - Part 2 (Ep. 143)

In plain English, concurrent and parallel are synonyms. Not for a CPU. And definitely not for programmers. In this episode I summarize the ways to parallelize on different architectures and operating systems.

Rock-star data scientists must know how concurrency works and when to use it IMHO.

 

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Useful Links

http://web.mit.edu/6.005/www/fa14/classes/17-concurrency/

https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/ch16-00-concurrency.html

https://urban-institute.medium.com/using-multiprocessing-to-make-python-code-faster-23ea5ef996ba

 

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