Django Messaging: Build Distributed, Run Concurrent

Summary:

Understand the growing role of messaging in today's state of the art web applications, cloud computing infrastructures, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

This talk will take you on a tour of the various messaging libraries and protocols that can be used with Django.  Learn what ZeroMQ is, how to leverage AMQP via RabbitMQ, or how to start solving your concurrent problems quickly with Celery.

Bio:

Paul Ricker is a seasoned software engineer with over a decade of experience developing complex, distributed software systems.  Paul got his start in industry working for Lockheed Martin and MIT Lincoln Laboratory.  He has firsthand knowledge of how to build large software systems for everything from high performance military fighter aircraft to your run of the mill ecommerce website.  Paul currently owns and operates a local software consultancy he started in 2009, named Industrial Software LLC.  He has been a longtime user and avid fan of the Python language and Django framework.

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  • Paul R.

    Hey Everyone!

    I’d like to thank all of you for attending the talk the other night. I really appreciate the turn out and feedback. I’m glad to hear the talk was of interest to so many. I know one hour wasn’t much to cover everything in detail so feel free to reach out to me with any questions. Or better yet, come on out next month and we can grab a beer after and chat.

    You can find the slides posted here:
    http://www.industrialsoftwarellc.com/talks/Paul_Ricker_Django_Messaging_09252014.pdf

    All the best,
    Paul

    2 · September 30

  • Jason B.

    Would also like to see a link to the slides.

    September 29

  • Carlos

    thank you, can you share the slides please!

    September 27

  • Nathan M.

    Great stuff. Is there a link to the slides?

    September 27

  • Shawn B.

    Very thorough and led by a clearly qualified presenter. The only snag is, I would've liked to have heard a bit more (on a code level) about use cases that Ricker has tackled or maybe a sandbox type example that we could all witness/run alongside on our own machines. We got some of that, but it's great to hear how other members would run with it, so to speak. I have a passing interest in the equity market, market history, and have also made extensive use of message passing in Objective-C, so I dug it.

    September 26

  • Luca P.

    Great meetup

    September 26

  • Raymond P.

    Can someone post a link to the slides here?

    September 26

  • Raymond P.

    Great overview of AMQP & history. Too bad so little time.

    September 26

  • Joshua M.

    Unfortunately I have to cancel, will this be recorded by chance?

    1 · September 25

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