Asynchronous team communication: like email or Zulip, the ability to have sequential comms without having to be simultaneously present. ie, "not at the same time."
Asynchronous computing: like threads, the ability for things to run in parallel without waiting for eachother. ie, "at the same time."
Am I the only one who runs in to confusion with this contronym in semi-technical discussions? "Let's solve this asynchronously."
Wow, I've got a headache now. The misuse of the word is evident. I think people mix up "work" and "communication between workers" when using the word.
One should use "concurrently/non-concurrently"?
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