Compatible with Resque 1.x. Use Resque.push if you are using >= 2.x. Resque is great. So is job processing with redis. Our biggest drawback has been that resque requires the class that will be processing a job to be loaded when the job is enqueued. But what happens when the implementing job is defined in a separate application and isn't currently loaded into memory? Enter Resque Remote. Resque Remote's simple goal is to allow you to add a job to a queue with a string identifier for the class rather than the class constant. It is assumed that the worker-side of the equation _will_ have the class in memory and hence will be able to run it no problem. Feedback, comments and questions are welcome at bj [dot] neilsen [at] gmail [dot] com.