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Practical concurrent systems made simple using Kamaelia

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This talk was given at Pycon UK 2008 in Birmingham. …

This talk was given at Pycon UK 2008 in Birmingham.

This presentation aims to teach you how to get started with Kamaelia, building a variety of systems, as well as walking through the design and implementation of some systems built in the last year. Systems built over the past year include tools for dealing with spam (greylisting), through database modelling, video & image transcoding for a youtube/flickr type system, paint programs, webserving, XMPP, games, and a bunch of other things.

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  • 1. Practical concurrent systems made simple using Kamaelia Michael Sparks (BBC Research) http://edit.kamaelia.org/GetKamaelia
  • 2. What is the problem? Michael Sparks (BBC Research) http://edit.kamaelia.org/GetKamaelia
  • 3. Concurrency is considered HARD Michael Sparks (BBC Research) http://edit.kamaelia.org/GetKamaelia
  • 4. WHY ? (is that really the problem?) Michael Sparks (BBC Research) http://edit.kamaelia.org/GetKamaelia
  • 5. What is Kamaelia's Goal? Michael Sparks (BBC Research) http://edit.kamaelia.org/GetKamaelia

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