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OO Distributed Programming Is Not Distributed OO Programming

Object-oriented distributed programming is fundamentally different from building mechanisms that hide remote invocations behind traditional, centralized abstractions. The metaphor of a community of independent objects communicating by passing messages is misleading and dangerous when thinking in terms of a distributed system. That metaphor should not hide the significant difference between distributed interaction and local interaction. […]

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