"For some times now, I'm following the slow evolution of AMQP toward it's 1.0 release. In the trip, one traveler decided that the road was far too long, and complex, and choosed to take its independence: ZeroMQ is living its own adventure for some times now. And their choices are intersting, really focused and sharp, so I needed to see what can be done with that message system, and a bit of Scala."
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