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Puka – rethinking AMQP clients

Friday, July 8th, 2011

I fundamentally disagree with the APIs exposed by our current AMQP client libraries.

There is a reason why they’re imperfect: we intentionally avoided innovation in APIs since the beginning. The purpose of our client libraries is to expose generic AMQP, not any one view of messaging. But, in my opinion, trying to map AMQP directly to client libraries APIs is just wrong and results in over-complication and abstractions hard to use.

There is no common ground: the client libraries blindly following AMQP model will be complex; easy to use client libraries must to be opinionated.

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