This is a special Dr. Dobb's Tech Digest with two special-interest articles. The first is a deep dive into the architecture of messaging systems. It looks at how distributed messaging software is designed and what were the specific trade-offs made in the popular, open source implementation, ZeroMQ. The second article is an elegant reminder of how best to communicate technical details to non-techies; that is, how to write documentation so that your helpdesk doesn't get flooded with calls at each new release. Access is free; just click the "Go To Digital Issue" button below. If you're not a member of the InformationWeek Business Technology Network, you'll be asked to register. There's no cost, and it takes just a few moments.
IN THIS ISSUE:
- The design of a messaging system: The tradeoffs, decisions, and final results of the design of ZeroMQ, one of the most popular, open-source, messaging layers.
- 10 reminders of how to create clear documentation: Learn from a documentation expert how to communicate the essentials so that technical writers can guide your users the right way.
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