Adventure time of semi-dynamic typing

This post is the result of some ideas, that raised in (not only) my head after reading next article about inevitable fall of dynamically typed languages. However I won't be discussing it, as it's not major subject here. One of…

Akka.NET underestimated features - Akka.IO

Today I want to talk about one of the Akka.NET features, I think deserves a lot more attention - Akka.IO. What it gives you, is the ability to connect your actors directly to OS socket layer. This way…

How Akka.NET persistence works?

In this post I'll explain, how the events sourcing concepts has been used by Akka.NET persistence plugin to create statefull actors being persisted and work in reliable way. My major goal is to give you an introduction over basic…

How to create an Akka.NET cluster in F#

Today I'm going to show you how to setup your own Akka.NET cluster using F# code. This is a kind of newbie guide of how to setup a cluster, directed to people unfamiliar with it. If you don't want…

Akka.NET application logging in your browser

In this post I want to share with fairly simple trick - binding Akka.NET logging bus directly to browser console output. While this is mostly form of exercise, you may find it useful when you're developing system working with…

Create your own Akka.NET persistence plugin

Subject of this post is one of the Akka.NET plugins, Akka.Persistence. It’s major task is to give your actors an ability to store their internal state and recover it from the persistent storage after actor is created…

Design patterns: Circuit Breaker

Today I want to introduce a CircuitBreaker – one of the reactive design patterns, especially usefull in areas such as web services interop. To get you better understand on it’s concepts, lets consider following scenario: You’ve built a successful…