[erlang-questions] " Understanding the Erlang Scheduler" free webinar

Igor Karymov <>
Thu Feb 6 16:38:58 CET 2014


Hi guys! A bit of feedback here. Looks like you choose not a suitable 
platform for this webinar. Just take a look on system requirements:
http://support.citrixonline.com/webinar/all_files/G2W010003
How about linux users here? I guess that a biggest part of target audience 
of this webinar are linux users.

пятница, 10 января 2014 г., 14:30:49 UTC+4 пользователь Andra написал:
>
> Understanding the Erlang Scheduler
> Thursday, February 6, 2014 - 4PM GMT
>
> In Erlang there are different types of concurrent entities, processes, 
> ports etc., each of which can have millions of instances, that have to be 
> mapped out to make optimal usage of the hardware. The Erlang scheduler is a 
> master piece in software engineering, but how does it actually go about 
> scheduling the processes you create in your programs?
>
> This webinar will provide an overview of all the different types and 
> explain, how the Erlang VM decides what should run where and when.
>  
> In this webinar you'll learn about :
>
> * Run queues
> * The differences between processes, ports and timers
> * How the next thing to execute is chosen and
> * Load balancing
>
> http://www2.erlang-solutions.com/l/23452/2014-01-03/2xqk7
>
> About the speaker:
> Lukas Larsson first came in contact with Erlang 2004 while studying in 
> Göteborg. After finishing his studies he has been working with Erlang at 
> Erlang Solutions for about 7 years in many different industries.
>
> For the last couple of years he's been a consultant at the Erlang/OTP team 
> at Ericsson AB, mainly working on the development of the Erlang VM.
>
>
> -- 
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