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With help from Ann, I did some simple demo programs over the last few months to try to understand RabbitMQ and message queues in general.
The code that we produced, (with a readme document) is here on github
RabbitMQ is a free, open-source cross-platform message queuing system. It is described as robust, fast and scalable though I didn’t really test those features since I just ran it on my laptop and sent a few tens of messages. In production it would run on a server, or on a dedicated cluster if a really large volume is required. It follows a standard called AMQP.
I have put together an assembly containing some types used to test the autoregistration features of different Inversion of Control containers.
I will put some IoC containers (starting with Windsor) through a set of tests over these classes. The IoC container will have to find a concrete class, find an implementation for an interface, and find all implementations of a interface where multiple types implement it.