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Jon Freedman (9) [Avatar] Offline
#1
In the spirit of DRY there are a few paragraphs which seem unnecessary (only 1/4 into the book so far).

Section 1.3
With an understanding of real-time and streaming systems in general under our belt, we can
now turn out attention to the architectural blueprint we will use throughout this book.
Throughout our journey we are going to follow an architectural blueprint
that allows us to talk
about all streaming systems in a generic way, our pattern language.

Section 3.2
To put this in perspective, let’s see what it looks like if we overlay these terms and pieces onto
our streaming architecture shown below in figure 3.5. Below in figure 3.5 you will see that the components of the
message queuing we have been talking about overlaid onto our streaming architecture.
andrew.psaltis (33) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Jon,
Thank you for catching these. The book is currently going through copy editing and we will be sure that this is addressed.

Jon Freedman wrote:In the spirit of DRY there are a few paragraphs which seem unnecessary (only 1/4 into the book so far).

Section 1.3
With an understanding of real-time and streaming systems in general under our belt, we can
now turn out attention to the architectural blueprint we will use throughout this book.
Throughout our journey we are going to follow an architectural blueprint
that allows us to talk
about all streaming systems in a generic way, our pattern language.

Section 3.2
To put this in perspective, let’s see what it looks like if we overlay these terms and pieces onto
our streaming architecture shown below in figure 3.5. Below in figure 3.5 you will see that the components of the
message queuing we have been talking about overlaid onto our streaming architecture.