In this post you'll see a simple fanout based Publisher/Subscriber, where in a Publisher will publish a message and the Subscriber will subscribe and print it. This will jumpstart you with a decent prototype on Spring AMQP.
If you haven't heard of SwitchYard yet, all you need to know is that it's going to replace JBoss ESB in the core of their Enterprise Application Platform (EAP). This video is a quick 8-minute tutorial in eclipse using an early version of SwitchYard to do some integration.
The C++ compiler in Visual Studio 11 has another neat optimization feature up its sleeve. Unlike intrusive features, such as running code on the GPU using the AMP extensions, this one requires no additional compilation switches and no changes – even the slightest – to the code.
The best way to describe MessagePack is “JSON on steroids”. It supports an almost identical set of data types as JSON —Nil, Boolean, Integer, Float, String, Array, and Associative Array— but runs much faster and requires a fraction of space.