JavaScript Messaging Patterns

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Derick Bailey from Watch Me Code talks about using messaging patterns like RabbitMQ to create scale-able applications. We also learn how messaging promotes asynchronous behavior throughout an application.

Derick Bailey @derickbailey


Derick Bailey is an developer, entrepreneur, author, speaker and technology leader in central Texas (north of Austin). He’s been a professional developer since the late 90’s, and has been writing code since the late 80’s. In his spare time, he gets called a spamming marketer by people on Twitter, and blurts out all of the stupid / funny things he’s ever done in his career on his email newsletter.

Show Notes

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  • Andreas Kroll

    Strangely I cannot play your webcast with Chrome. Edge works, that’s a first… 🙂

    • Joe Ingeno

      Same here!

      • Ed Charbeneau

        It’s fixed. Thank you.

  • I liked how Derick related messaging patterns to the real world and then gave us an example of using it on the front-end. I have used events on the front-end and used messaging queues on the back-end between applications and servers but the thought of making a more advanced use of a message queue to handle stuff like navigation is appealing.

    • Ed Charbeneau

      Indeed, talking to Derick was a real pleasure. He explains things in a way that helps get a mental picture of the problem and solution.