Monthly Archives: October 2008

New MassTransit Screencast and Sample

One of the more common scenarios I hear about when talking about building a service-oriented architecture has to do with providing a web service to external customers. This is often in the context of providing information from an internal system. … Continue reading 

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Heartland Developers Conference 2008

This past week I had the pleasure of attending the Heartland Developers Conference in Omaha, Nebraska. I was already in town visiting family and decided to take a day to see what the local flavor had to offer. I’m particularly … Continue reading 

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Deeper Look at MassTransit Screencast

If you haven’t watched the video from the presentation Dru and I did on Thursday at Tulsa TechFest, I recommend you watch it if you are interested in MassTransit and seeing how it works. Once you have watched it, check … Continue reading 

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Tulsa TechFest Wrap Up

This past Thursday and Friday, the Tulsa TechFest was held at OSU Tulsa in Tulsa (could I write Tulsa one more time, I knew I could). Attendance was high and most of the sessions I attended were in rooms full … Continue reading 

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MassTransit 0.4 Released

I’m happy to say that we’ve just tied a bow around the latest release of MassTransit. Release 0.4 includes a number of new features and some tweaks to the internals as well. I’m going to describe a few of those … Continue reading 

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