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Tag Archives: concurrency

It’s all about messages and pattern matching

My inability to cleanly insert an intercepting actor to spawn new actors on demand discussed in my previous post about Calculon illustrated tunnelvision in my expression based messages. While these are a great way to express the message contract, they … Continue reading

February 2, 2011 .net , ,

Calculon: Building an actor framework

I'm currently extending functionality in the notify.me bots and in order to make this easier, I'm refactoring the adhoc actor-like message processing system I built into one a bit more flexible for adding features quickly. Right now message senders and … Continue reading

January 31, 2011 .net, geek , , ,

About Concurrent Podcast #3: Coroutines

Posted a new episode of the Concurrent Podcast over on the MindTouch developer blog. This time Steve and I delve into Coroutines, a programming pattern we use extensively in MindTouch 2009 and one that i’m also trying out as an … Continue reading

September 24, 2009 geek, mindtouch , , , ,

Concurrent Podcast and Producer/Consumer approaches

As usual, I’ve been blogging over on the MindTouch Developer blog, and since the topics i post about over there have a pretty strong overlap with what I’d post here, I figured i might as well start cross-posting about it … Continue reading

September 10, 2009 geek, mindtouch , , , ,