Adding 1.21 Gigawatts to Applications with RabbitMQ


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Anonymous at 11:11 on 19 Feb 2015

Good talk about RabbitMQ.

Basic level. Doesn't really explain advantages of queues or use cases.

A great talk about messages with enough overview and detail to match. We'll delivered too, interesting and easy to follow. Having code examples was a great bonus.

Well delivered, plenty of diagrams to explain code samples. Github link at the start was very useful as was the tryrabbitmq link.

Decent talk, though "Why RabbitMQ?" didn't really discuss alternatives i.e. ZeroMQ.

Anonymous at 12:48 on 19 Feb 2015

Anonymous at 13:18 on 19 Feb 2015

Good talk about RabbitMQ, easy to understand and follow. Good diagrams and presentation.

Easy to follow introduction to RabbitMQ. Great code examples.

Great talk, but echoing some of the other commenters, I would like to have seen a slide or two about why RabbitMQ should be used over, say, Beanstalk (which is what I have used in the past).

It was a good talk, and a good speaker, but I was expecting a bit more of the "advanced" stuff you can do with queues, the first part was an introduction to queues which I felt the title of the talk lead me to believe it would be more in depth. But still, enjoyed the talk.

Mark Bradley at 16:55 on 19 Feb 2015

Good talk, nice selection of easy to follow examples. shame it was not in a bigger room

A good talk and speaker, but was expecting more real live examples and experiences. There were good examples, but I would have prefer some more.

Anonymous at 23:06 on 19 Feb 2015

Good talk. But quite basic level. Nothing i didnt already know

Solid talk about RabbitMQ, enjoyed it very much. Would've loved to hear a little bit more about things like high-availability, failover and clustering, but that might be too specific for an overview talk.

Found this frustratingly basic. As an existing user of Amazon SQS, I was hoping for more of a contrast/compare.

Great talk! congrats.

Solid talk with good code examples and explaining diagrams. It was a basic talk but as someone about to consider using messages it was enough.

As others have mentioned, a few slides about why rabbitmq and some use cases would be appreciated.

An interesting introduction to RabbitMQ and the possibilities it provides; James provided us with some good examples and clear explanations of the basics. I might have liked to see a comparison to other MQs, but that's a minor point.

Anonymous at 21:43 on 21 Feb 2015

I thought this was a good overview - started with the basics for anyone who didn't know them (briefly!), but them moved onto some useful concepts that might not have been immediately obvious to people using these types of systems for the first time.

Good intro to RabbitMQ.

Good talk and well presented. I believe the description suggested more advanced content. Would have been good to see some live examples

Anonymous at 16:00 on 23 Feb 2015

It was a good talk and had some good real world examples. Looking to integrate this into my own work at some pont.

I found this talk to be a good introduction to RabbitMQ. James presented it well and had clear examples as well as some useful gotchas. I think this would be the prefect talk to watch if you are just starting to use RabbitMQ for the first time. In someways I think it's scope was a bit limited to a "getting started with RabbitMQ" type guide, but I did enjoy it and it's certainly put RabbitMQ on the map for a possible future technology which I might employ.

Enjoyable talk with the code examples pitched just right.

Definitely a good talk about RabbitMQ, especially as I'm rather new to the application. The honesty of the speaker, about the mistakes he made, helped make it much more relatable than I'd otherwise have expected. Would have been great to hear more about things like high-availability. But perhaps that would have been a bit much to take in at the same time. So on the whole, a well put together talk, very worthwhile!