Monthly Archives: November 2011

References on the Actor Programming Model

The actor programming model is a software development method that encourages the decomposition of applications into autonomous components which are self-contained and operate asynchronously and independently from one another. This model is well aligned with the nondeterministic nature of distributed … Continue reading 

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MassTransit v2.0.1 Available

At the end of October, we released MassTransit v2.0.1 to GitHub and NuGet. This release only included a few fixes that didn’t make it into the v2.0 release. Since I never made an official announcement of v2.0 on the blog, … Continue reading 

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Actor Model Programming in C#

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending Øredev in Malmö, Sweden. While at the conference, I presented two sessions — including a new talk on Actor Model Programming in C#. This was the first official presentation I’ve given on … Continue reading 

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