Concurrency models still matter.
I really believe that, and hope you do too.
In fact, my very first InfoWorld article in 2012 compared the concurrency models for the most popular runtimes (Java, Python, and PHP).
If I ever write a book on software architecture, it might be a chapter.

The editor cut the hell out of it to read better on the web and turned it into “How to make PHP apps scale.”If you don’t care about concurrency models, here’s why you should: Developers are caught up in a lot of different software stacks. However, many of these stacks are associated with particular runtimes, and those runtimes have concurrency models associated with them.

The trade-offs imposed by these different runtimes are really important, as the following sections explain.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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