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AMQP, 0MQ and Pusher

  • Apr 25, 2012 · 10:00 AM


I've always been interested in messaging and with JMS going the way of the dodo and being replaced by AMQP and the browser seemingly taken over by Pusher, this session seeks to examine what kids of things AMQP can actually do, why its supposedly better.

We'll try and get it set up on EC2 (and perhaps others if others know it), have a look at 0MQ (zeromq - which is more of a nuts and bolts toolkit it appears) and pusher and the like. Ideally we want to be able to drop items into queues and pubsub and have it spit out into browsers everywhere as well as other processes.

This is on ANZAC day - it might move depending. We'll go until a maximum of 4pm. Max 6 people. 

We will have available

  • Power
  • Wifi
  • Projector
  • Coffee Machine (Nespresso)
  • 2 toilets
  • 6 people max
  • Nexus maven repo (if we need it)

Preference is Git so please have it installed, maven is recommended if we need it. You may struggle with Windows but thats up to you.

Since space is limited I may need to remove some people if they don't provide adequate answers.

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  • Richard V.

    I learnt a lot from this, way more than I thought I would and really enjoyed using 0MQ.

    June 4, 2012

  • Mark D.

    Speaking of ZeroMQ - did anyone else see the announcement that the original developers of FastMQ ( which was purchased, then rebranded as ZeroMQ ) just forked the project as Crossroads I/O.

    March 29, 2012

  • Richard V.

    Thats great to know Rasheed, thanks!

    March 29, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    We use RabbitMQ in production, it's as strong as an ox and a cinch to admin (plugin the admin interface with the viz stuff too - pop me a message if you want more info)

    March 29, 2012

  • Richard V.

    Yes David, I think that RabbitMQ is probably a very good choice for AMQP

    March 29, 2012

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