ØMQ gets a keynote slot tomorrow morning at the Berlin Buzzwords 2010 conference. About 300 FOSS developers and users are here at the Kosmos theatre in Berlin, listening to many speakers talk about "search, store, and scale".
Pieter Hintjens is giving this talk. There are no slides but the main message of the talk will be that if you're using sockets in your distributed applications, or if you're running across any more than one core or box, you should be looking at ØMQ.
We'll find the video of the talk when it's uploaded.
Written: 07 Jun 2010 16:13
Revised: 07 Jun 2010 16:13
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