Richard Kallos

Developer (AdGear) Master's student (Concordia University)

By day, Richard Kallos writes code for AdGear. By night, he works towards his Master's degree in Computer Science. Richard's professional career started in the summer of 2016, where he was hired as an intern at AdGear to work on optimizing an in-house compiler. He continues to work at AdGear as a member of the backend team surrounded by brilliant and supportive coworkers.

Richard Kallos's talk:

Introducing Wrek; A Library For Executing Dependency Graphs

Dependency graphs are a useful representation for exploring opportunities to introduce concurrency in a larger system. They are hidden all over computing (compilers, build systems) and everyday life (to-do lists, cooking recipes). Users can define a set of tasks, as well as dependencies between them, and wrek will execute the resulting graph as concurrently as possible.

OBJECTIVES

Introduce/refamiliarize the audience with dependency graphs, explore the conception and design of wrek, showcase how wrek can be used and integrated into larger projects, demonstrate wrek's broad applicability.

AUDIENCE

Developers interested in seeing where mathematics and everyday life collide. Developers interested in new Erlang/OTP libraries.

All Media with Richard Kallos

Introducing Wrek; A Library For Executing Dependency Graphs - Code BEAM SF 2018

Introducing Wrek - A Miniature Erlang Graph Engine
Richard Kallos

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Introducing Wrek - SLIDES - Code BEAM SF 2018
Richard Kallos

Slides from Richard Kallos' talk "Introducing Wrek - a library for executing dependency graphs" - Code BEAM SF 2018

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