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Thread: Develop Superfast Programs - Avoid Threads

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    Thumbs up Develop Superfast Programs - Avoid Threads

    I tried this new Parallel and Distributed Programming Framework called Korus. Extremely easy to use and gave a completely new dimension to my thought process.

    Click Here for more details

    Some Interesting Features:

    1. Asynchronous Message passing
    2. Support for distributed task execution (Stateless grid)
    3. Thread-less concurrency: No Thread Programming

    Try it out and let me know your feedback.

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    Pretty interesting but I believe I need to have a bit more of a read about this.


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    Thanks Json. Let me know what you think about it.

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