Paris Carbone

 

 


 

Paris Carbone is a PhD candidate in distributed computing at KTH Royal Institute of Technology under the supervision of prof. Seif Haridi. His research and expertise is focused on declarative programming semantics and distributed system architectures for unbounded data processing. Several parts of Paris' work (e.g., distributed snapshots and windowing semantics) have been incorporated into state-of-the-art open source systems such as Apache Samoa, Storm and Flink where he also serves as a core committer. In the past, Paris has also worked as system engineer, within the gaming and telecom industries, developing sophisticated distributed middleware and data warehousing tools. Finally, he enjoys creating fun projects using functional and actor programming and playing bebop jazz tunes in the flute, piano and trumpet.




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This course gives a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of distributed algorithms for designing scalable, reliable services. This course is the first course in a series of two. Both courses provide a solid foundation in the area of reliable distributed computing, including the main concepts, results, models and algorithms in the field.

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