Asynchronous event processing


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Sascha Schuh at 20:55 on 24 Mar 2016

I saw this talk on symfony ug, too. It was again very interesting!

Marco Pivetta at 20:59 on 24 Mar 2016

Plus: very valid and useful points, and actually had a chance to learn a few practical things from folks that use queues with high load environments.
Minus: not really about events, but just about async job handling

Marat at 09:33 on 25 Mar 2016

+ It was very interesting, experience-based presentation.
- Code demonstration was with very small font size.

Pretty good overview on how to offload tasks from your main web server. To improve the talk I would rather focus on one specific technology and deeply cover the problems you guys ran into (I guess a lot given my experience *g*) or find a better way to compare the different technologies you tested (e.g. when to use which technology). Other than that very well presented, would love to see more presentations from you guys.

David Manners at 15:56 on 29 Mar 2016

Nice talk to get you thinking about asynchronous event processing. I really enjoyed the fact that the presenters showed you how they messed up during the learning process. Could do with making the code easier to read in future but overall a very solid talk.

Claudio at 18:10 on 29 Mar 2016

Actually, It's not suitable for me to rate this talk, because I missed the first few slides, so I don't write about if something came short.

The most interesting part for me was the communication with the queue and the re-queue, because of the experiences they made, their answers to performance and error handling.