Tag Archives: ZeroMQ

How to configure and install ZeroMQ (libsodium) on CentOS 6.7?


via How to configure and install ZeroMQ (libsodium) on CentOS 6.7? « MyThinkPond.

When getting started on ZeroMQ (version 4.2.0 or above) can be quite challenging especially with all the prerequisites. I’ve spent a good two days to get the process ironed out. So I’m sharing this so that others can avoid the same pitfalls and can have a good head-start with setting up their environment.

Video: Mastering JavaScript Flow Control


Everyone knows promises can help flatten the JS pyramid of death. But promises aren’t the only solution available. I’ll discuss some more advanced techniques surrounding the flow of information through your application through the use of libraries such as AsyncJS and RxJS. I’ll also talk about how embracing streams can not only alleviate control flow issues, but also improve performance. Finally, we’ll look into how tools such as ZeroMQ and Redis can help to foster asynchronous and event-driven APIs.

Johnny Austin is a full stack software engineer with an interest in everything from user experience to systems architecture. He specializes in all things JavaScript but has experience with Java, Ruby, Go and Python. Johnny is an active member of the open source community – contributing to projects such as Node.js and many more. Currently, Johnny is crafting masterpieces as a Creative Technologist at iStrategyLabs and occasionally teaches courses at General Assembly.