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  • Blog Post: The State of Axum

    Those who have followed this blog will have noticed that it’s been a long time since we posted anything new about Axum, and the time has come to state publicly that which may have been clear to some but not others, that we’re not currently pursuing productization. We have seriously examined the possibility...
  • Blog Post: Axum for Visual Studio 2010 RTM is here!

    The feedback we’ve received from our fans has been incredibly useful in shaping our approach to agent-based programming, safety and parallelism in general. It continues to play a role in our thinking about the next version of Visual Studio – known here as Dev11. Since our last release, we were mostly...
  • Blog Post: Distributing an Axum Application

    Note: a variant of this text also appears in the Axum Programmer’s Guide, which will be distributed with the upcoming CTP. Axum has great support for writing distributed applications. In fact, one of the reasons for taking such a hard line on isolation is so that domains can interact locally or remotely...
  • Blog Post: Objects in Axum

    When we talk about Axum as a programming language, we make the point that it is not an object-oriented language, but that it is still object-aware. What do we mean by this, and is it really true that you cannot define objects with Axum? What we mean is that the core concept of Axum is not the “object...
  • Blog Post: Forging Ahead

    Greetings from the Axum Team! If you thought that this is one of those blogs that fizzles out after the initial sparkle of activity, rest assured we’re still alive and well. In fact, we’re forging ahead full steam towards our first preview release of Maestro … err Axum. A lot of work that goes...
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