ElixirConf 2019: Return of Wabi-Sabi: Hastega Will Bring More and More Computational Power to Elixir - Susumu Yamazaki, Yuki Hisae

by @zacky1972

Finally, we’ve succeeded in the implementation of Hastega!!! (Maybe until ElixirConf US 2019 :slight_smile:

Hastega (Hyper Accelerator of Spreading Tasks for Elixir with GPU Activation) will accelerate “Elixir Zen-styled code” like a berserk Samurai! It will be the most hopeful solution for getting more computational power against the terrible data explosion. To know the details of the above description, check the previous talk: https://www.lonestarelixirconf.com/2019/speakers/21#susumu-yamazaki

This talk shows updates on Hastega, demonstrates acceleration computing using Enum.map by it on live, informs you about the R&D road map of it, and asks you for help us to conduct further research on it.

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Thank you for your introduction, @axelson.

GitHub is here: https://github.com/zeam-vm/pelemay

Now, it has a serious issue: it cannot be run as a hex library in mix.exs. We’re solving it with some collaborators.

It is still a small, small and small project, but there are many, many and many contributions for it, after the presentation. Some collaborations have also begun already. Thank all contributors and collaborators.

You may be disillusioned because it has only few and incomplete features. But, I have a dream, it will be really essential important project for future Elixir, Phoenix and Nerves. Would you give your contribution to us?

Thank you!


I created an issue, a milestone and a project: https://github.com/zeam-vm/pelemay/issues/29

Please give your opinions to this issue.