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Nanomsg: The Last Few Months in Review

11.27.2013
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Nanomsg, a fork of the ZeroMQ broker, is moving along smoothly this year.  It recently reached version 0.3.3, which I didn't find much information on, but I thought I'd get you caught up if you're not aware of this interesting project.

First off, you should read ZeroMQ-creator Martin Sustrik's blog – "Why should I have written ZeroMQ in C, not C++" Part I and Part II.

Then check out Callback Hell, also written by Martin Sustrik.

Finally, here is the coverage of Sustrik's new project "nanomsg," which is his re-envisioning of a ZeroMQ-like broker.

Nanomsg, the Next Gen ZeroMQ, is Here

Nanomsg Seems to Have Significant Community Support

Nanomsg's First 'Getting Started' Tutorial

Nanomsg 0.2 Release Today Adds "Nanocat"