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We describe a linguistic symbiosis between AmbientTalk, a flexible, domain-specific language for writing distributed programs and Java, a conventional object-oriented language. This symbiosis allows concerns related to distribution (service discovery, asynchronous communication, failure handling) to be handled in the domain-specific language, while still enabling the reuse of existing software components written in a conventional language. The symbiosis is novel in the sense that a mapping isdoi:10.1145/1352678.1352693 dblp:conf/smalltalk/CutsemMM07 fatcat:eeneweskcndnfmut47h2o7u5gi