Using Queues and Offline Processing


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Emily Stamey at 17:07 on 1 Oct 2016

Great examples and lego-themed slides! I really loved the Ballotbox example. I did consider downvoting because of not getting that burrito you promised.

The slides are now linked, but I'm not sure it will help anyone who wasn't in the talk. :-/

Alex Fraundorf at 14:25 on 2 Oct 2016

A very good talk explaining why you would want to consider offline processing to enhance your user experience and also several different methods of implementing it.
I'm the guy that was starting to doze off in the second row, but honestly it was NOT because of the talk, just food coma.
You did a really good job and the information is really useful for any larger project.

David Lundgren at 14:40 on 2 Oct 2016

I enjoyed the examples of how and why you would move to a queue based system.

It also gave me insight into the database vs message queue differences, especially since I had just recently developed a database queue system for one of the applications I've been working on.