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RabbitMQ with python and ruby RuPy 2009

by Software developer at Contentful on Nov 08, 2009

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  • hungryblank Paolo Negri, Software developer at Contentful @asksol I amended the presentation to fix the misclassification you pointed out, thanks for your contribution. 4 years ago
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  • asksol asksol Hey! Just want to add that ask/carrot is not actually an AMQP client, it’s an AMQP abstraction on top of different messaging protocols. py-amqlib is the real synchronous client that carrot uses in the background. Currently it supports py-amqplib, in-memory, STOMP and using Redis/SQL database as the message backend. Already working on a pika backend, too. But credit where credit is due, if you want to list something under sync lib, list py-amqplib: http://barryp.org/software/py-amqplib/ 4 years ago
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