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Concurrency with Actors

Introduction

The actor model of computing was introduced by Carl Hewitt in 1973. This model makes it easy to tackle the problem of concurrency and state management. The model treats an “actor” as a primitive unit of computing.

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Bilal Fazlani

Bilal Fazlani

Scala | Akka | Functional Programming | Distributed Systems

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