Low Latency Logging with RabbitMQ

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Anonymous at 22:51 on 20 Sep 2014

I thought that it will be more in-depth about the RabbitMQ but you mostly talked about logging in general which I think 95% of the people there knew everything about. That was kind of disappointing. However everything else was good so I don't regret hearing you out :-)

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Anonymous at 09:17 on 21 Sep 2014

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Anonymous at 10:35 on 21 Sep 2014

I would shorter time spent on logging in general and extend the path with RabbitMQ and logging. As I expected from the name of the presentation.

But that's my personal opinion. Maybe it would help to get answers from audience, if this is known or unknown for them.

Thanks for inspiration!


Tomas

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Anonymous at 11:30 on 21 Sep 2014

Logging in general should be on two slides at max, rabbitMQ as tech is very interesting and should be more presented.

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Anonymous at 11:30 on 21 Sep 2014

Logging in general should be on two slides at max, rabbitMQ as tech is very interesting and should be more presented.

Thanks for all the feedback folks - I would just like to add that my "Low Latency Logging" talk is a talk about logging methodologies, and exploring RabbitMQ itself was not really my intention.

However! If you would like to learn more about RabbitMQ, I encourage you to watch my Nomad PHP EU talk in December, which you can register for here: https://nomadphp.com/2014/09/19/nomadphp-2014-12-eu/

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Anonymous at 00:37 on 4 Oct 2014

Cool, I think I'll try rabbit