It seems like there is no easy way to make ‘a bit’ of your app use Actors — but in this post I’m going to show you how.
We’ll being with a quick overview of the Actor Model, focus in on Akka and Akka.NET, then think about how we design actor systems.
I’ll then show you a slightly different way to work with Actors, one that leverages the Akka.NET F# API and helps you build Actor systems from the bottom-up.
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Bottom-up Akka.NET with F#
Doug is a Fintech software developer who is currently helping over a million people feel financially secure. He does this as part of the technology team at Redington, a London-based consultancy firm.