This post was originally published at Concurrency and Fault Tolerance Made Easy: An Akka Tutorial with Examples

Writing concurrent programs is hard. Having to deal with threads, locks, race conditions, and so on is highly error-prone and can lead to code that is difficult to read, test, and maintain. This post provides an introductory guide to the Scala-based Akka framework, showing (with code samples) how Akka facilitates and simplifies the implementation of robust, concurrent, fault-tolerant applications.

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This post was originally published at Concurrency and Fault Tolerance Made Easy: An Akka Tutorial with Examples