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In this hands-on introduction, Ian Cooper looks at why asynchronous messaging is often the preferred solution to the problems of integrating and distributed solution, and look at the implementation of common messaging patterns.
Increasingly developers are relying on distributed architectures to solve the problems of scaling their applications and their development teams. But that means they now have to consider the problem of getting the parts of their systems to talk to each other.
In this tutorial, we will look at why asynchronous messaging is often the preferred solution to the problems of integrating and distributed solution, and look at the implementation of common messaging patterns.
The session will be a hands-on introduction and take you from simple messaging scenarios like "Hello World" through to more complex ideas like routing, brokers, and publish-subscribe.
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