[erlang-questions] 0mq - Re: Troll bait: If your code really matters, you'll write it in C++

Katerina Roukounaki <>
Thu Apr 5 08:38:42 CEST 2012


I was going to ask the same thing...

This is a post by Pieter Hitjens.
He is the CEO of iMatix, a company that was among the original designers of AMQP and later built 0MQ.



On Apr 5, 2012, at 5:39 AM, Toby Thain wrote:

> On 04/04/12 4:44 PM, james wrote:
>>> A question here, though. As I understand it, AQMP is primarily used in
>>> the financial world, or at least particularly favored there. Is this
>>> true? And if so, which implementations are particularly popular?
>> Well, its hard to say. I've never seen it used, but then I don't work at
>> JPMorgan. RedHat's sponsorship of Apache AMQP should help, but it
>> doesn't seem widely used.
>> I did have interest in it (from a 'bet I could write one of those' hobby
>> perspective) but the history seems unfortunate and the very significant
>> changes between the definition between 0.8, 0.9 and 1.0 don't bode well
>> IMO. Maybe its a sleeper - its certainly nice to see something specified
>> with a wire format rather than a borken API in a language you don't want
>> to use (for everything). iMatix throwing their toys around and doing
>> zeromq didn't help, though they seem to be having 'issues' with process
>> on that too.
>> Maybe it will gain some traction once there are multiple 1.0 broker and
>> client implementations and a compatibility festival can be had the same
>> way the IIOP CORBA compatibility was demonstrated.
> Pardon me butting in from an uninformed perspective, but isn't 0mq highly regarded in this area?
> --Toby
>> There are more Solace jobs on CWJobs than AMQP (more than zero isn't
>> hard!).
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