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Ashic Mahtab - ZeroMQ

  • Aug 28, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Ashic Mahtab


ZeroMQ is a messaging library that gives you the building blocks that are simple enough to get started quickly, and powerful enough to help build sophisticated topologies. It can be used for distribution and / or concurrency to create applications that perform well and utilise low resources. It is open source, and the C implementation has language bindings for almost anything. There are also a few native bindings like NetMQ, JeroMQ, etc. 

In this session, we'll look at the basics of developing with ZeroMQ. We will explore the patterns commonly used to solve a multitude of problems including reliability, scalability, latency, throughput, and what trade-offs we make when using Zero.

Schedule

7.00pm to 7.30pm Drinks, networking and Retro gaming.

7.30pm Talk starts in the function room

8.30pm Quick break for Pizza and networking.

8.45pm Talk finishes off with Questions.

9.00pm Networking and games and off to the pub.

More about Ashic Over the years, I've learnt a lot - and am still learning from - the wider software engineering community. I try my best to reciprocate, and enjoy doing so. I speak at various user groups like NxtGenUG (and it's many offshoot divisions), Canary Wharf Dot Net User Group, Skillsmatter, etc. I also present at various conferences - from local DDD ones, Skillsmatter Progressive .NET, etc. to international ones like Oredev, NDC, etc. I've also presented at a few online conferences, like aspConf, mvcConf, Virtual Techdays, etc. I'm the founder of the London ZeroMQ User Group, and we meet every couple of months (or so), and build something hands-on with ZeroMQ. I'm a moderator and "all star" of the official ASP.NET community at asp.net, and have been an ASP.NET / IIS MVP since 2009. I often write for various technical magazines, and of course, on my blog.

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