Architect Distributed Systems with MassTransit and RabbitMQ
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 5:00 PM (CET)
Have you ever wished that software didn't grow to weigh you down and make all change harder and harder? In this presentation, I will tell how that's accomplished. By drawing from my many years of experience in building loosely coupled systems at all sizes, I will go through how message based architectures give you the edge over your competition and make you a happier programmer.
The presentation introduces MassTransit; the best open source, .Net Service Bus - a library for making it extremely easy to work with messages, sagas and clusters. I will also go through successful architectural patterns, like the UNIX-principle (gasp! - aren't we Windows developers?) and how REST works together with messaging, rather than against it.
Henrik Feldt, Jayway
I am a senior developer and software architect with a passion for technology, working at Jayway. I harbour a deep interest in distributed and concurrent software architectures but my aim is to be an excellent programmer. By this I mean both learning the art of programming but also having an understanding about everything that makes software development tick. I have worked as a .Net developer and consultant since the age of 16, I started my own company at 18. I’ve worked in projects ranging from international video distribution or explosion sensor data collection to domain model scalability.
Wed 14 Nov, 2012, 17:00-18:15
Klara Östra Kyrkogata 2B, Jayway i Stockholm AB, 2tr.
The seminar will be in SWEDISH.
If the front door is closed, pls use door phone or call Thomas Dagsberg 0702-197411
We will serve sandwiches and non-alcoholic beverages.
We have set a maximum of 30 vistors to this event.
This event is organised as part of Jayway Stockholm Knowledge Network
This seminar is free of charge.
Since we have limited seating and many who wants to come we will invoice 300 SEK, forr those who do not show up and have not deregistered.
If the seminar is fully booked you can register at the waiting list.