If I had to pick an overarching theme to the book, it's using RabbitMQ at the center of a event based/messaging oriented architecture. One chapter focuses on the different messaging patterns that are available in RabbitMQ and it includes examples on how and why you would use each. But I'd say that if your primary goal is to learn why you'd use messaging and what problems it solves, it might be the wrong book. That being said, there are specific examples of how to use messaging to solve problems, but that's not the primary focus of the book.
If you do end up checking it out, I'd love to hear your thoughts on if it helped you in that area or not.
posted 4 years ago
Thanks for the response. The fact you cover patterns that are relevant to messaging and RabbitMQ's approach sounds promising.
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