Please bear with my ignorance with concurrency models, but I am very new to this. So, I am just reading up on the actor model, which I believe both Erlang and Scala are based on. According to Wikipedia --
"The Actor model adopts the philosophy that everything is an actor. This is similar to the everything is an object philosophy used by some object-oriented programming languages, but differs in that object-oriented software is typically executed sequentially, while the Actor model is inherently concurrent."
I did not think that there was any such limitation of the object model paradigm.
Is this correct?