[zeromq-dev] dependency issue

Luca Boccassi luca.boccassi at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 15:52:42 CEST 2017

On Tue, 2017-09-12 at 11:17 +0000, Juergen Gnoss wrote:
> There is a serious dependency issue involved in zeroMQ.
> Once you get used to it, one cannot let it go anymore.
> A few months ago I was looking for another way to spread
> parts of an existing clunky system over several hosts, in
> order to make it more scalable for future.
> Then I stumbled over zeroMQ.
> After a, let's say, not that steep learning curve, but great
> help from community, I figured out zeroMQ is not just good
> for messaging, it's a full fledged lib including all one needs to
> make most of the backend stuff of a system up and running.
> Now I've changed nearly the entire system to use zeroMQ.
> I kicked a lot of different libraries over board that the
> antique system used. Now the entire system is much more
> maintainable and because of the object oriented style of
> zeroMQ really fun to work with.
> Guys, you did a really great job, creating and maintaining that
> piece of software.
> Next I'll do using zeroMQ is ... looking for a new girlfriend 😉
> Here my great thanks to all of you.
> Juergen

Hello Juergen,

Thanks for the kind words, and welcome to the community :-)

Kind regards,
Luca Boccassi
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