Short URL: http://zero.mq/bxl
Location: Rue des Ateliers 15, 1080 Molenbeek, Brussels, Belgium
- Day 1 - 27 January 2016 (Wednesday) - workshop/hackathon
- Day 2 - 28 January 2016 (Thursday) - workshop/hackathon
- Day 3 - 29 January 2016 (Friday) - workshop/hackathon
- Day 4 - 30 January 2016 (Saturday) - party with live music, from 7pm (BYOB)
Note that FOSDEM is on 30 & 31 January.
The hackathon is a unique opportunity to learn advanced ZeroMQ skills from the experts. It follows the model developed by Pieter Hintjens for many ZeroMQ workshops.
Each year we take a theme and work towards that using an organic contract-driven process.
The theme for 2016 is broker-to-broker federation to provide Internet-scale patterns that potentially replace email. We'll use some or all of these building blocks:
- Your favorite language binding (e.g. CZMQ if you are working in C)
And/or implementations in various languages. We drive the hackathon with simple RFCs, pull requests, and a collection of projects that talk together. This is the same process we use in the ZeroMQ community.
Requirements for Participants
The more you already know about ZeroMQ the better. If you are a full beginner you will have to tag along with others for a while.
Bring your laptop, with ZeroMQ installed and working in your favorite language.
- Secure interdomain messaging (chat, IoT, application data)
- Post-email messaging
- Which server do I connect to for example.com.
- Message spooling (remote server is offline and my server can't send messages)
- What happens when my server comes back online?
- Message formats? (chat messages vs application messages)
- Client server model or just server-server?
- REST API for mobile apps
Main event is from 9am to 6pm, participants are welcome to arrive earlier and leave at any time up to midnight. An access code will be provided. Refreshments and snacks will be provided, including beer and wine in the evenings.
Registration and Cost
Entry is free. Seats are limited, so first come first served.
Please register by adding your name below here (join this wiki to edit the page):
- Pieter Hintjens
- Simon Tennant
- Constantin Rack
- Doron Somech
- Brian Knox
- Luca Boccassi
- James Wheatley
- Thomas Applencourt
- Meredith L. Patterson
- Luna Duclos
- Tomas Halman
- Alena Chernikava
- Benjamin Henrion
- Sebastien Chong (provisional)
- Vladimir Lushnikov
- TQ Hirsch
- Andrea Shepard
- Arnaud Loonstra
- Osiris Pedroso
- Pawel Kurdybacha
- Konrad Ciekot
- David Fraser
- Godefroid Chapelle
- Andy Walker
The closest metro stations are Comte de Flandre and Ribaucourt. To use the metro, buy a ticket from the vending machines.
Written: 11 Apr 2013 13:53
Revised: 28 Jan 2016 21:43
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