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Ruby Messaging Patterns

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September 2, 2011 7:00 AM

Boulder, CO

Boulder, CO

As Ruby continues to mature as a language, its use in large scale (enterprise!) codebases is expanding - and the need to integrate into larger architectures is already here. It is tempting to build networks of APIs in order to integrate applications, but there is an answer - messaging. This talk will reveal the benefits of messaging, and describe patterns that can be implemented at any level - from workers on single applications, to integrating separate codebases, all the way up to massive, concurrent service-oriented architectures that rely on messaging as the backbone. Prepare to be assaulted with an inspiring way to integrate and scale - and leave armed with the tools required to do so.

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