This is relevant to a recent discussion we had.
I read that shortly after he published it. But right now I don’t see much need for any of those tools since I’ve always just made bulk ops workers and/or Windows services, which have the advantage of being in their own processes in case you need to kill them or something. But I suppose that’s also a downside, because they don’t share memory with your web app. Anything you need to pass to them needs to first be stored in a database or some other persistent place.