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glazkovalex/Rebus.Kafka

glazkovalex/Rebus.Kafka

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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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Event Sourcing in .NET Core - part 2: storing events - David Guida

Event Sourcing in .NET Core - part 2: storing events - David Guida

davideguida.com
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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Event Sourcing in .NET Core - part 1: a gentle introduction - David Guida

Event Sourcing in .NET Core - part 1: a gentle introduction - David Guida

davideguida.com
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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mizrael/SuperSafeBank

mizrael/SuperSafeBank

github.com
Sample Event Sourcing implementation with .net core - mizrael/SuperSafeBank
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Transaction Management With Mediator Pipelines in ASP.NET Core | by João Simões | The Startup | Nov, 2020 | Medium

Transaction Management With Mediator Pipelines in ASP.NET Core | by João Simões | The Startup | Nov, 2020 | 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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Mediator Pattern in ASP.NET Core Applications | by João Simões | The Startup | Oct, 2020 | Medium

Mediator Pattern in ASP.NET Core Applications | by João Simões | The Startup | Oct, 2020 | 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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Building Workflow Driven .NET Core Applications with Elsa | by Sipke Schoorstra | Medium

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

Sipke Schoorstra - medium.com
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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Using WebApplicationFactory with NUnit | by Daniel Edwards | Medium

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WebApplicationFactory was one of really cool features of ASP.NET Core 2 when it released. It meant that you didn’t have to write a lot of code to spin up a integration test server yourself and can…
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Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 and v16.9 Preview 1 Release Today | Visual Studio Blog

Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 and v16.9 Preview 1 Release Today | Visual Studio Blog

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This version of Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 includes features impacting Git Integration, .NET productivity, C++20 Library Options, and XAML Data Binding.
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If You’re Building Microservices, You Need to Understand What a Bounded Context is | by Dave Taubler | Data Driven Investor | Medium

If You’re Building Microservices, You Need to Understand What a Bounded Context is | by Dave Taubler | Data Driven Investor | Medium

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The growth of microservice adoption has caused a resurgence in popularity of some previously-overlooked software design patterns. Many of these patterns have been mined from Eric Evans’ Domain Driven…
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