Microsoft's parallel-programming puzzle "Axum"

Axum is the updated codename for the project formerly known as Microsoft Maestro, an interesting piece of Microsoft’s evolving parallel-programming puzzle. Microsoft defines Axum as a “.Net coordination language for safe concurrency.” Axum is built on top of the CCR, the concurrency and coordination runtime engine that is part of Microsoft’s Robotics Toolkit, revealed Channel 9 […]

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Axum is the updated codename for the project formerly known as Microsoft Maestro, an interesting piece of Microsoft’s evolving parallel-programming puzzle. Microsoft defines Axum as a “.Net coordination language for safe concurrency.” Axum is built on top of the CCR, the concurrency and coordination runtime engine that is part of Microsoft’s Robotics Toolkit, revealed Channel 9 video.

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