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Posted 23 Oct 2012

Using the Actor Programming Model

, 27 Oct 2012
Using the Actor Programming Model



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5 - publicly available Yes 27-Oct-12 9:20 Available H.Brydon
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1 No 23-Oct-12 13:10 Available Sean Ewington
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I have been writing software since 1969 and having fun doing it. I have The Knack. I have cooked bacon naked. I have worked in academia and the energy business for a little over 30 years. They have retired me now but I still enjoy writing code and trying to keep up to date. I have programmed in close to 100 languages. My current favorite is C++. My current platforms are Windows and linux. My favorite color is blue. I have never owned an umbrella. My sneezes are a registered avalanche hazard with the Colorado Ski Patrol. Women have swooned at my ability to recite digits of Pi.

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