[zeromq-dev] Proper place to ask about architecting programs with zmq

Pieter Hintjens ph at imatix.com
Thu Mar 20 08:45:31 CET 2014


Hi Dave,

For the most part, reading the Guide and learning ZeroMQ by working
through various examples will teach you everything you need. There is
some general advice: don't architect systems, then build them. Rather,
start with minimal end-to-end proofs of concept, then work them out
incrementally.

-Pieter


On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 6:24 AM, Dave Quigley <dpquigl at davequigley.com> wrote:
> I'm working on developing a framework for management and tasking of
> remote administration agents. I've chozen zmq as my messaging library
> since it is lean and gives me an abstraction that I like. Is this the
> right place to ask about how I'm architecting the system or is there a
> better venue? The freenode channel is pretty quiet and I've noticed this
> list is mostly questions about c/c++. I'm currently using pyzmq just as
> a way to quickly prototype something with the hopes of transitioning it
> over to C when I figure everything out.
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