[zeromq-dev] FOSDEM lightning talk on ZeroMQ?

Benjamin Henrion bh at udev.org
Sun Dec 19 18:14:47 CET 2010


On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 3:28 PM, Martin Sustrik <sustrik at 250bpm.com> wrote:
> Benjamin,
>
> Have you submitted the talk request?

No, it is up to you to do it, I was just relaying the Pieter's request.

Best,

>
> Martin
>
> On 12/19/2010 01:34 PM, Martin Sustrik wrote:
>>
>> Benjamin,
>>
>>> Try to make an attractive description, because the slots will be hard to
>>> get.
>>
>> I think that given the talk is limited to 15 mins and that Pieter
>> already had messaging-related talks at FOSSDEMs, it would be good to
>> present something slightly different, for example how 0MQ solves the
>> multithreading problem, based on the following article:
>>
>> http://www.zeromq.org/blog:multithreading-magic
>>
>> Martin
>>
>>
>> ------------------------------
>> Project name: 0MQ
>> Project website: www.zeromq.org
>> Project license: LGPL
>> Project description: Lightweight messaging library
>>
>> Talk title:
>>
>> Multithreading Magic
>>
>> Talk description:
>>
>> Multi-core boxes are becoming mainstream, but software tools are not
>> keeping with the hardware evolution. Classic multithreading programming
>> is complex and error-prone. Systematic solutions, like Erlang
>> programming language, on the other hand are limited to small niches and
>> are hard to use in real-world legacy environments. The talk explains how
>> 0MQ can be used to bring Erlang-style message-based concurrency to any
>> language in literally couple of minutes.
>> _______________________________________________
>> zeromq-dev mailing list
>> zeromq-dev at lists.zeromq.org
>> http://lists.zeromq.org/mailman/listinfo/zeromq-dev
>
>



-- 
Benjamin Henrion <bhenrion at ffii.org>
FFII Brussels - +32-484-566109 - +32-2-4148403
"In July 2005, after several failed attempts to legalise software
patents in Europe, the patent establishment changed its strategy.
Instead of explicitly seeking to sanction the patentability of
software, they are now seeking to create a central European patent
court, which would establish and enforce patentability rules in their
favor, without any possibility of correction by competing courts or
democratically elected legislators."



More information about the zeromq-dev mailing list