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Morten Nicolaj Pedersen | Wed, 15 Aug 2018 10:53:58 UTC

Article still valid in 2018! The Actor Model and implementations in Akka, Azure Service Fabric, and Orleans spring to mind.


Serge Semenov | Thu, 21 Jun 2018 17:02:19 UTC

Really powerful vision for the year 2007! Today we know the fallacies of distributed computing - that's why we focus more on microservices rather than distributed objects. However, the concept still stands, and it almost describes the D-ASYNC project which turns C# language and async methods into distributed workflows.


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