Friday 8th November, 2013
3:00pm to 3:45pm
These days a full system is comprised off many different applications and services. These services need to communicate with each other in a common and decoupled way.
Many applications can be simplified by communicating seamlessly and asynchronously across a common message bus.
Interacting with services written in the same, or a different, language is simplified since the message bus becomes the central highway of messaging.
We'll explore life on the message bus, it's history, implementation, and use. All aboard.
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