Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 6th and 7th, 2012

Mike Baily

About Mike
Mike is President of Coast R&D an independent Silicon valley consultancy specializing in fast turnaround high performance business applications. With a masters in Engineering and math, Mike has been developing solutions for companies and hedge funds since 1987.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Messaging including multicore, Interprocess communication and load distribution

    5:00 PM Saturday   Room: 4218
    Messaging is as fundamental to software architecture as data types, yet most developers do not utilize it. Operating systems are event driven via messages, the internet is message driven via HTTP/SMTP etc. yet developers rarely use messaging as a solution to complex architectural problems like threading, shuttling data between applications (IPC) and distributing load across machines. In the last few years, ZeroMQ has become mainstream and is an excellent implementation of broker-less messaging with bindings for 20+ languages including C, C++, Java, .NET, Python and Most OS'es including Linux, Windows, OS X. IT is open source LGPL free software and has a large user base. This is significant for server side implementation, because rigid development design often breaks when it needs to scale. The presentation will cover communication transports, messaging patterns, Socket objects, message structures and Multi-threading for Multi Cores outlined here: