On Jun 30 Jon Gauthier wrote: ZeroMQ: Messaging for Many Applications by Pieter Hintjens
ZeroMQ is one of those technologies today that have sizeable shares of breathless adherents. I had been aware of the hubbub over the open-source messaging library for quite some time when I heard that the popular online tutorial – known simply as “The Guide”, written by Pieter Hintjens, an author of ZeroMQ – would be made available in print and ebook. I snagged my chance to get a nice Kindle edition of the O’Reilly release. Apart from some serious formatting problems with the ebook (read on), I was extremely satisfied with the breadth and depth of this guide. Full Review  >

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On May 23 Munish Gupta wrote:
Overall, ZeroMQ is a must have book on your shelf if you are building or ready to build distributed applications. Full Review  >

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On May 13 Przemysław Dąbek wrote: Comprehensive guide to ZeroMQ
Book has two parts: “Learning to work with ØMQ” & “Software Engineering Using ØMQ”. In first part author presents basics, socket and a lot of different different patterns. Examples are quite easy to grasp, many of them are continuations of others or they are different approach solving particular problem... Full Review  >

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