Published October 11th, 2005

Programing itself isn’t hard, it just happens to deal with hard problems more often than other tasks.

I don’t personally think multi-threaded programing is inherently hard, but put a hard problem on top of a multi-threaded program, and it is still hard. I think that many people associate the disasters found in many multi-threaded programs with the hard problems they are trying to solve. Transference of hardness. Thoughts?

Written by Paul Querna, CTO @ ScaleFT. @pquerna