Azure Service Bus for .NET deep dive resources

Daniel

I’m Daniel Marbach, Platform Architect for Switzerland’s biggest online retailer Digitec Galaxus AG. Architectural decisions related to messaging have followed me throughout my professional career. Our solution heavily relies on the powerful messaging capabilities of Azure Service Bus. With it, we can build complex distributed systems that are reliable and scalable because of less coupling between individual system components. It can be daunting to navigate all the features available in Azure Service Bus. In this blog post, I’ll share resources to help you take full advantage of Azure Service Bus.

Azure Service Bus is the backbone of many sophisticated software systems. If you’ve looked at it in the past and are looking for an excuse to gain mastery of it, now’s your chance! The Webinar: Deep dive into Azure Service Bus messaging with the .NET Library and Azure Service Bus .NET deep dive series are designed to learn at your own pace. I have included videos and code samples to help you understand better how to take advantage of Azure Service Bus. Both series cover a broad range of topics:

  • sending/receiving messages
  • connection handling
  • forwarding
  • publish and subscribe
  • batching
  • transactions

In the next few months, I’ll be focusing on optimizing more allocations inside the Microsoft AMQP .NET library. This library is the fundamental communication library used by the Azure Service Bus and Event Hub .NET libraries. I’ll continue to blog the experience gained on my personal blog. If you want to reach out to me to tap into my Azure Service Bus experience, learn how to successfully contribute to the Microsoft Open-Source ecosystem or just want to have a chat, feel free to contact me over Twitter.

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