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In this talk, you will explore ZeroMQ, a collection of exactly the sort of tools you will need to build robust distributed systems. In particular, you will discover the fundamental, language-agnostic concepts needed to scale out from threads to processes to machines. Several examples will demonstrate these concepts using two small open source libraries. Time will also be spent discussing related topics like: reliability, serialization, and community support. No prior knowledge is assumed, though familiarity with F# will certainly be helpful.
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Building Distributed Systems with ZeroMQ and F# - Audience Level: Mixed
Paul Blasucci has spent the past 21 years blending a disparate array of languages, technologies, and methodologies into compelling solutions for a wide range of problems. He especially enjoys solving challenges in distributed computing and heterogeneous enterprise systems. He has been an active member of the F# community since 2007, and currently serves as treasurer of the F# Software Foundation. When not at the keyboard, Paul may be found globetrotting with his wife and children (though his soul is still catchin' waves at the Jersey Shore).