Monthly Archives: March 2012

RabbitMQ for Windows: Exchange Types

This is the fourth installment to the series: RabbitMQ for Windows.  In the last installment, we reviewed our Hello World example and introduced the concept of Exchanges.  In this installment, we’ll discuss the four basic types of RabbitMQ exchanges. Exchange … Continue reading 

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RabbitMQ for Windows: Hello World Review

This is the third installment to the series: RabbitMQ for Windows.  In the last installment, we discussed some basic messaging concepts and created our first RabbitMQ application.  In this installment, we’ll be taking a closer look at our Hello World … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: Offline Dependencies with NuGet Command Line Tool

Today I stumbled upon Scott Haselman’s post: How to access NuGet when NuGet.org is down (or you’re on a plane) in which Scott discusses how he recovered from an issue with the nuget.org site being down during his demo at … Continue reading 

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RabbitMQ for Windows: Building Your First Application

This is the second installment to the RabbitMQ for Windows series.  In our first installment, we walked through getting RabbitMQ installed on a Microsoft Windows machine. In this installment, we’ll discuss a few high-level concepts and walk through creating our … Continue reading 

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RabbitMQ for Windows: Introduction

If you’re interested in getting started with distributed programming and you develop on the Microsoft Windows platform, RabbitMQ may be what you’re looking for.  RabbitMQ is an open source, standards-based, multi-platform message broker with client libraries available for a host … Continue reading 

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