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New ActiveMQ Book Published

06.08.2013
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Recently finished work on a new book for the beginning ActiveMQ user, "Instant Apache ActiveMQ Messaging Application Development How-to" published by Packt Publishing.  The book is a fast paced walk through as the basic skills needed to work with Apache ActiveMQ.  At 78 pages its a quick read and provides some helpful tips for some of the most common questions asked by those new to working with ActiveMQ.   If you wanna win a free ebook copy, read my other post on the contest.


 Some things that are covered in this book.

  • Install and run an ActiveMQ Broker
  • Set up a basic application developer environment for ActiveMQ using Apache Maven
  • Write basic JMS applications using topics and queue to broadcast events
  • Perform Request and Response style operations over JMS
  • Write applications that embed ActiveMQ brokers directly into their own JVM
  • Utilize ActiveMQ's fault tolerant features to develop robust client applications
  • How to delay message sending using ActiveMQ's built in scheduler

The book is available in eBook form from Packt or you can also order a paperback copy on Amazon.
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