[zeromq-dev] PubSubHuddle Messaging Conference/Hackday - London, UK, Sept 23rd

Silvano Luciani silvano.luciani at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 02:24:19 CEST 2011

Hi Ian,

unfortunately I won't be able to come, they accepted my talk at the Open
Source Developers' Conference in Paris (well both the talk that I've
submitted :D), and the conference is 23-24 september :(

One of the two is the zeromq primer in three languages, so I guess I'll get
back to you soon asking for some advices!!


On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 4:26 PM, Ian Barber <ian.barber at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Site: http://www.pubsubhuddle.com
> At the ZeroMQ Unconf in brussels, there was some talk of a messaging
> conference that involving ZeroMQ and RabbitMQ, and (thanks mainly to Mike
> Bridgen of RMQ), we're actually doing it! On September 23rd at Skillsmatter
> in London we'll be having a one day conference, featuring Martin Sustrik
> talking about ZeroMQ, Marek Majkowski on RabbitMQ, and Andy Piper on MQTT,
> followed by a TBA announced talk (likely to be a case study of some
> messaging-in-production somewhere interesting), with hacking and maybe
> lightning talks in the afternoon. VMWare are pitching in to provide some
> food, and Skillsmatter are hosting the event, so attendance is free, just
> register on their site! http://skillsmatter.com/event/nosql/pubsub/js-2574
> It should be a great day, and Mikko (who has been involved in organising)
> and myself will definitely be there along, of course, with Martin. I'm sure
> a few London zmqers have already signed up, but the more the merrier -
> spaces are limited, but it's only been public for a couple of days so there
> shouldn't be problems registering.
> Thanks,
> Ian
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