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Write RabbitMQ Plugins With Elixir

07.27.2013
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Elixir is a new project that targets the Erlang Virtual Machine, which is exactly the language that RabbitMQ is built with.  This tutorial from the RabbitMQ blog is going to help you become a wizard with this message queue, and you won't even need to learn Erlang to do it!

Using Elixir to write RabbitMQ Plugins

Elixir on GitHub

Elixir is a metaprogrammable, functional language built atop the Erlang VM. It is a dynamic language with hygenic macros that leverages Erlang's ability to build concurrent, distributed, and fault-tolerant applications with hot code upgrades

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