I had a lot of fun talking about concurrent and parallel programming last night. Thanks to Keith Fahlgren for organising the event, to Twitter’s Alex Payne for making space available, and to everyone who turned up and asked questions.
With any luck, Keith will have the video of the talk up in a few days. I spoke for about 45 minutes, and took questions afterwards for a further 75 (really!). The atmosphere was great, and the questions that followed very engaging.
I’ve posted the slides from the talk to Slideshare.
If you prefer, or Slideshare acts balky (unfortunately common), you can download the slides in one of several offline formats:
They’re CC-licensed, so have fun using them for your own purposes.
(Oh, and credit for the Haskell logo in the slides is due to Ketil Malde.)