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In this session, we will look at Zero, what it gives us, and then dive right into C# code to see how simple it is use. We will go through a series of exercises to implement different patterns like request-response, pub-sub, push-pull, load balancing, etc.
ZeroMQ is a high-performance asynchronous messaging library aimed at use in scalable distributed or concurrent applications. It has a very low barrier to entry, can be used across a wide range of systems and programming languages, and opens up almost infinite possibilities in terms of network topology. Not only for distributed systems, it can make concurrency programming a breeze – and whether you’re working across threads in a process or across servers that are continents apart, the same concepts apply.
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Hands on ZeroMQ
Ashic Mahtab is a passionate and highly respected member of London's developer community, Passionate about Software Craftsmanship, Software Design, Messaging, DDD, CQRS, Event Sourcing, Git and Versioning and almost anything to do with software, Ashic regularly speaks about these topics at international conferences, meetups and user groups..