[erlang-questions] question re parallel map code on pg 366 of "Programming Erlang"

Ulf Wiger ulf@REDACTED
Fri Jan 23 17:12:57 CET 2009

No video, sorry. That's the same QuickCheck. As for the pricing, I
honestly don't know what you'd have to pay. Nor do I know what an
average student can afford. In my time, it wasn't much. ;)

Ulf W

2009/1/23, David Cabana <drcabana@REDACTED>:
> Ulf, thanks for that link.  The discussion of pmap is very
> interesting, as is the entire presentation. I don't suppose there's
> video or a podcast  of the spoken portion of the presentation?
> I have to admit I am not familiar with the Erlang version of
> QuickCheck ( a similar tool is widely used in Haskell). Googling
> QuickCheck led me to a commercial tool at http://www.quviq.com/ .  Is
> this the same tool you mention in your presentation?   I saw no price
> mentioned on the quviq site, so I'm guessing this is not something the
> average student of Erlang can afford to purchase for home use...
> On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 7:41 AM, Ulf Wiger <ulf@REDACTED> wrote:
>> I gave a tutorial at the DAMP workshop (in conjunction with POPL) this
>> week,
>> and used pmap() as an example of how parallelizing sequential functions in
>> Erlang is not always as straightforward as one might think.
>> http://ulf.wiger.net/weblog/2009/01/23/erlang-programming-for-multicore/
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