Some people write blog posts on the fine distinctions between the programming jargon of "concurrency" and "parallelism" as if this is very meaningful. But this is all dumb and stupid and inventing a problem out of thin air. What programmers really mean when they say "parallelism" is multicore hardware and what they really mean when they say "concurrency" is multiprocessing (which for nontechies means you can run two different computer programs or processes at the same time.)
Much has been said about how PHP is a bad programming language. I personally don't believe PHP is a bad programming language because of specific misfeatures. Instead, I believe the general community culture of programming is horribly broken and so results in such garbage. I identify three key points that inevitably leads to such garbage as PHP:
I have noticed severe misrepresentations of the truth about certain terrorism statistics in many places. I personally attempted to find out the truth for myself and so aggregated the data from the Global Terrorism Database at the University of Maryland. I have become tired of reposting the same statistics and methodology on reddit and so have created this blog post to gather the data.
Recently I have been trying out some wargames on
http://overthewire.org to increase my cracking skills.
I thought I'd repost an interesting post I made on rust lang forums see here.