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comment How do distributed applications verify that the data was processed correctly?
@gnasher729 That's a good point. Sometimes the NP-complete version of a problem isn't very interesting.
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comment What's special about “non-blocking” node.js?
Node has a single-threaded runtime. You don't need locks if you don't have multiple threads. See, e.g., stackoverflow.com/questions/14795145/… for more info.
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comment What's special about “non-blocking” node.js?
It's pretty easy to claim that there are no competing threads when there is only one thread.
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