Distributed Services: Why, When & How?


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Rated 4

Scott Pringle at 12:31 on 30 Oct 2016

Good talk showcasing the benefits of using a distributed queueing architecture across service boundaries rather than relying on HTTP. Would have been great to see thec ode examples during the talk but unfortunately screen problems made this impossible

Andy (Speaker) at 09:36 on 31 Oct 2016

Yes, the problem with the project resolution did ruin the end of the talk about the code. However, I have published all the code here https://github.com/DundeePHP/PhpScotland2016

Good talk and accompanied the one by Chris Riley really well. It was a real shame about the projector resolution issues though.

Rated 5

Aaron Pollock at 16:19 on 31 Oct 2016

Projector issues aside, this was really interesting. I remember the first time I realised I could defer work to a queue after writing synchronous web app code for so long - exciting times. This talk brought that excitement back. I'm reading Pieter Hintjens' (last) book at the moment, so the comparison between Rabbit and Zero filled in some background differences that I hadn't understood yet.