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July 05, 2012


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Sean Feldman

Udi Dahan at ADSD has taught me a good lesson - concurrency is a problem invented by software. In the real world concurrency doesn't usually exist. Sometimes what it takes is to innovate by stepping away from technology and looking at
1. what people are trying to achieve
2. how did they do it before computers took over
Long discussion, but bottom of it is that a lot of problems are not as complex as we picture them :)

Doug Wagner

The trick is to focus on the experience of the people using the system and what is best for their experience rather than the technology. Only if the technology won't support it or the cost is too do we need to look at technical compromises.

Not sure how we did it before computers is always the best answer. Sometimes we are trying to make things better in some way.

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