In this post, I will try to cover some of the early history of Akka.NET and how and why things turned out the way they
Time to break the silence! A lot of things have happened since I last wrote. I’ve got a new job at nethouse.se as developer and mentor.
There are a lot of things going on right now. First, Pigeon Framework now has a new name; Akka.NET. We got OK from Typesafe to
The last few weeks have been busy busy. Me and Aaron have been making some massive improvements to Pigeon. Most of the Akka features are now
Porting Akka to .NET I finally got around to implement full lifecycle management in Pigeon. The Pigeon actor behavior is now consistent with real Akka.
When I began to write the configuration support for my Akka Actors port “Pigeon”, I used JSON for the config files. I’ve now managed to