Wednesday 5th December, 2012
3:20pm to 4:10pm
ZeroMQ is an open source library that connects your components over different transports and in various patterns. In this talk Pieter will explain how to use ZeroMQ for large-scale distributed architecture design. The key points are the use of contracts and rapid iterative design cycles. He's the author of the upcoming O'Reilly book on ZeroMQ, co-founder of the project and veteran of dozens of large distributed software projects.
Talk objectives: This talk will expand your knowledge of ZeroMQ and help you learn to use it successfully for large, critical projects.
Target audience: Senior software developers and architects.
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