Thursday, August 04



RabbitMQ gets the exceedingly rare Doesn't Suck award for not only doing what it's says it does, but allowing you to look at it and see that yes, it is inded doing what it says it does.

After a couple of years of ActiveMQ, this is very refreshing.

If you have a couple or twelve Python applications and you need to ship messages between them cleanly and reliably, be it a few thousand a day or (like me) half a billion, RabbitMQ and the Kombu library are the way to go.

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