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Building Workflow Driven .NET Core Applications with Elsa | by Sipke Schoorstra | Medium

Building Workflow Driven .NET Core Applications with Elsa | by Sipke Schoorstra | Medium

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For many years, I’ve been developing .NET applications using Orchard, an extensible, modular, open source application framework and CMS built with Classic ASP.NET MVC back in the days, and now…
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Mediator Pattern in ASP.NET Core Applications | by João Simões | The Startup | Medium

Mediator Pattern in ASP.NET Core Applications | by João Simões | The Startup | Medium

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For the last few years, Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) and Event Sourcing (ES) emerged as patterns that can help implement large scale systems, with some risky complexity, by having…
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Transaction Management With Mediator Pipelines in ASP.NET Core | by João Simões | The Startup | Medium

Transaction Management With Mediator Pipelines in ASP.NET Core | by João Simões | The Startup | Medium

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When implementing a simplified CQRS service, which usually has a single database but still separates commands from queries, the mediator pipeline can be used to manage transactions when processing…
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GitHub - mizrael/SuperSafeBank: Sample Event Sourcing implementation with .NET Core

GitHub - mizrael/SuperSafeBank: Sample Event Sourcing implementation with .NET Core

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Sample Event Sourcing implementation with .NET Core - GitHub - mizrael/SuperSafeBank: Sample Event Sourcing implementation with .NET Core
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Event Sourcing in .NET Core #8211; part 1: a gentle introduction

Event Sourcing in .NET Core #8211; part 1: a gentle introduction

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Everything that happens around us is an event of some sort. Let's find out what Event Sourcing is and how we can implement it in .NET Core.
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Event Sourcing in .NET Core #8211; part 2: storing events

Event Sourcing in .NET Core #8211; part 2: storing events

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Here we are for the second part of our Event Sourcing series. This time we'll see how we can start storing events in our system.
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GitHub - glazkovalex/Rebus.Kafka: Apache Kafka transport for Rebus

GitHub - glazkovalex/Rebus.Kafka: Apache Kafka transport for Rebus

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Apache Kafka transport for Rebus. Contribute to glazkovalex/Rebus.Kafka development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Build High-Performance Services With gRPC and .NET 5 | by Hammad Abbasi | The Startup | Medium

Build High-Performance Services With gRPC and .NET 5 | by Hammad Abbasi | The Startup | Medium

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NET 5 has been released and It comes with a lot of exciting features, new technologies and performance improvements. It unifies the .net environment and replaces .NET Core. In this blog, we’ll focus…
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Should you provide client libraries to micro-service consumers? - Also integration is hard

Should you provide client libraries to micro-service consumers? - Also integration is hard

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The occasion for this article is that 1) I think it's an interesting discussion and the thoughts might be of use to some one 2) This started as a post but exceeded the character limit, and so here we are. This Sunday morning I ended up re-reading the gem that is the "Integration" chapter of Sam Newm
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How to build smaller and secure Docker Images for .NET

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This article explains how to harden Docker images to remove known vulnerabilities and reduces the final size of Docker images. Start here to make your Docker images secure and small.
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