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Actor Interaction Patterns
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| by Dale Schumacher Follow 0 Followers on Feb 20, 2012 |

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Dale Schumacher presents several patterns of actor interaction that can be used in collaborative programs written in any language.

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Dale Schumacher’s work as a developer, mentor and coach in the areas of OOAD, UML and Agile methods has led him to the application of collaborative organizing principles for structuring software systems. He sees this as a natural fit with the Actor model of computation. His has been building actor-based software solutions, including the development of the pure-actor language Humus.

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