@articleSch2012, Author = {Scherfke, Stefan}, Title = {Designing and Testing PyZMQ Applications}, Journal = {The Python Papers}, Year = {2012}, Month = {07}, Edition = {Vol 7 (2012)}, Isbn = {1834-3147}, Url = {http://ojs.pythonpapers.org/index.php/tpp/article/download/242/212}, type = {article}, note = {PyZMQ is a powerful and easy-to-use network layer. While ZeroMQ and PyZMQ are quite well documented and good introductory tutorials exist, no best-practice guide on how to design and especially to test larger or more complex PyZMQ applications could be fo}, Abstract = {PyZMQ is a powerful and easy-to-use network layer. While ZeroMQ and PyZMQ are quite well documented and good introductory tutorials exist, no best-practice guide on how to design and especially to test larger or more complex PyZMQ applications could be found. This article shows a possible way to design, document and test real-world applications. The approach presented in this article was used for the development of a distributed simulation framework and proved to work quite well in this scenario.} @COMMENTBibtex file generated on