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  • Real-World PubSub Messaging with RabbitMQ

    In my previous post I discussed using RabbitMQ with ASP.NET Web Api subscribers. Now I'd like to expand on that a bit by using a more interesting real-world message along with a message processor on the client side. Continue reading...

  • PubSub Using RabbitMQ with ASP.NET Web API Subscribers

    A long time ago a colleague of mine, Bhaskar Apparajuvenkata, and I used WCF to implement a publish-subscribe system on our local network. (That was blogged here.) Ok it was less than 5 years ago but given the pace of change since then it feels very antiquated. At the time we were having a hard time convincing our infrastructure team to stand up MSMQ for us. This was before the software-as-a-service movement took hold. Back in those days something like a messaging or service bus framework was seen as an enterprise project. You had to have a project sponsor, huge timelines, and of course a big budget. We were a small development team and our needs were modest so at the time we rolled our own. Continue reading...