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Hi

i have a developer who is asking to build a system with gps hardware devices storing their info in a message queue and he wants me to interact with this queue to put the info in a DB and remove from queue

however, I've never worked with the message queue before
are there newer better ways to work that using the old message queue or is it still the way to go for something like this?

Appreciate i've not given much info but if anyone can help that would be great
thanks
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As an alternative you can use:

http://www.amqp.org/ (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol)
more info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Message_Queuing_Protocol
http://www.rabbitmq.com/dotnet.html

Something to look into!

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Thanks, some food for thought
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