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RabbitMQ in depth: Does the language (Erlang/Java) bring any benefits

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Hi Gavin,
Greetings of the day! And thanks for your time!
I have used ActiveMQ in the past and it worked great for the application at hand.

I have briefly looked at Erlang - and its "let it crash" philosophy (and the immutability and functional way of things).

ActiveMQ is written in Java and RabbitMQ in Erlang.

Does the "let it crash and will repair" philosophy give RabbitMQ any advantages over ActiveMQ?

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