A C++17 thread pool for high-performance scientific computing

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  • thread-pool

    BS::thread_pool: a fast, lightweight, and easy-to-use C++17 thread pool library (by bshoshany)

    There are lots of them and many are built into the OS(e.g. GCD on mac's, Windows has a thread pool api, TBB on all of them...)

    It would be neat if the github site https://github.com/bshoshany/thread-pool or the paper did some comparisons to the existing body out there.

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  • ZIO

    ZIO — A type-safe, composable library for async and concurrent programming in Scala

    Coming from the Scala world this comment confuses me.

    We know actors very well and we've had a popular and solid implementation in Akka for years.

    But that hasn't mean that every other concurrency model has gone away. If anything with the advent of libraries like ZIO (http://zio.dev) we see concurrency being a hot space for interesting new takes and approaches.

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