[rabbitmq-discuss] Slides from a RabbitMQ presentation

Scott Brooks scott at beamdog.com
Fri Jul 23 16:45:11 BST 2010

I've updated the slides a bit to include some of the comments from
here.  I've cleaned up the last slide a bit more since at the talk I
went into what I meant a bit more.  You're right that it could be a
little confusing otherwise.  Let me know if it's clearer now.

On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 3:16 AM, Alexis Richardson <alexis at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Scott
> Nice slides.  It would be interesting to get more of your thoughts on
> use cases.  I think that we could make it easier for users to set up a
> few simple cases like "pubsub" without having to work out which
> exchanges to use, and "shared queue" without having to think about
> routing.  In other words: to make Rabbit's interface more humane
> especially for the simple cases.
> Separately on your last slide --- some readers *may* infer that unless
> a message is "stored" in a database, then it can be lost.  But Rabbit
> (and, indeed, AMQP) supports message persistence for *recovery*.  If I
> could suggest one change, it would be to clarify that.
> alexis
> On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 6:17 PM, Scott Brooks <scott at beamdog.com> wrote:
>> I spoke at my local ruby users group yegrb.com about RabbitMQ
>> Here are the slides, they may be of interest.
>> http://docs.google.com/present/embed?id=dck5j8mb_0rqn4psdg&size=l
>> Let me know if there is anything wrong/or things I could improve on.
>> Scott Brooks
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