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Microsoft Message Queuing – A Simple Multithreaded Client and Server

, 15 Mar 2011
A simple Message Queuing client and server - illustrating how to create a solution capable of handling 500 000 messages in three minutes

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publicly available No 10-Apr-11 15:33 Available Deeksha Shenoy
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2 No 12-Mar-11 16:22 Composing Espen Harlinn
1 No 12-Mar-11 13:15 Composing Espen Harlinn

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About the Author

Espen Harlinn
Architect Powel AS
Norway Norway
Chief Architect - Powel AS.
 
Specializing in integrated operations and high performance computing solutions.
 
I’ve been fooling around with computers since the early eighties, I’ve even done work on CP/M and MP/M.
 
Wrote my first “real” program on a BBC micro model B based on a series in a magazine at that time. It was fun and I got hooked on this thing called programming ...
 
A few Highlights:
  • High performance application server development
  • Model Driven Architecture and Code generators
  • Real-Time Distributed Solutions
  • C, C++, C#, Java, TSQL, PL/SQL, Delphi, ActionScript, Perl, Rexx
  • Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle RDBMS, IBM DB2, PostGreSQL
  • AMQP, Apache qpid, RabbitMQ, Microsoft Message Queuing, IBM WebSphereMQ, Oracle TuxidoMQ
  • Oracle WebLogic, IBM WebSphere
  • Corba, COM, DCE, WCF
  • AspenTech InfoPlus.21(IP21), OsiSoft PI
 
More information about what I do for a living can be found at: harlinn.com or LinkedIn
 
You can contact me at espen.harlinn@powel.no

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