The F#.NET Journal just published an article about concurrent programming:
"Distributed concurrency can be complicated and, consequently, there can be great value in having a complete working prototype to study. The simplicity of asynchronous agents in F# makes them ideal for writing simulation code. This article describes the design of a simple concurrent system that distributes incoming messages between two separate concurrent systems in order to duplicate subsequent processing in order to provide fault tolerance..."
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