[zeromq-dev] Notes from a hackathon

Ed Griffiths edgrif at sanger.ac.uk
Wed Feb 4 17:35:24 CET 2015

Hi Gregg,

> Hi Ed,
> EG> 1) language independance...
> This was another thing that made 0MQ very attractive to me when I
> found it. Multipart framing aids in this, as your point #4 makes.
> Zproto as a replacement will define protocols more exactly, which is a
> good thing, but it's also something new to add to your mix.

We will certainly take a look at that. From my quick skim I like the sound of 
tools that "take models and turn them into perfect code"....;-)

I'll be out of job before I know it !

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