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Priority Queues – Interceptors

In the previous articles, I demonstrated why there is not really a need for priority queues. That is because the different messages likely need to be handled differently, both from the business- and infrastructure... The post Priority Queues – Interceptors can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
26-8-2020 23:11:43 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


4+1 architectural view model

Once upon a time, I came across a question about a system that was designed according to the microservices architectural style. The question was about how to handle network requests across a scaled-out and... The post 4+1 architectural view model can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
7-8-2020 12:16:39 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


Priority Queues – Publishing

Instead of deciding to which queue a priority message should be send to, a better design is where the sender has no knowledge of priority messages or any receiver. We can achieve this using... The post Priority Queues – Publishing can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
23-7-2020 23:07:31 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


Priority Queues – Sender decides

See how to send messages with a higher priority using NServiceBus. The post Priority Queues – Sender decides can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
18-7-2020 00:35:34 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


Priority Queues – Why you don’t need them

Dealing with higher priority for certain messages often requires more than just an additional queue. Read why and how in this article on priority queues. The post Priority Queues – Why you don’t need them can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
16-7-2020 23:33:17 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


Dealing with eventual consistency

Last year during Øredev I presented on how to deal with eventual consistency. Quite a few people I talk to, tell me they can’t use eventual consistency, because they can’t have people looking at... The post Dealing with eventual consistency can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
27-6-2020 23:30:46 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


BloggingAbout.NET is dead

BloggingAbout.NET as a (domain)name exists since December 14, 2004. As a community much longer, with the first article posted on October 21, 2003. It was called Wasabi back then, which brings back a lot... The post BloggingAbout.NET is dead can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
27-6-2020 00:52:14 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


Serialized LOB

We moesten een object aanpassing maken. De property waarin nu één waarde zit, moest meerdere waardes gaan bevatten. Als je zoals ik ben gebrainwasht met dit boek tijdens je studie (Data base systemen voor de praktijk, Prof. Dr. J.A. Vandenbulcke) grijp je meteen naar normalisatie, een 1 op N relatie moet het in de database … Continue reading Serialized LOB
11-9-2019 16:41:32 door Michel in Affinno's blog


Adding correlation identifier to logs with NServiceBus

In a production environment, it can be hard to diagnose logfiles and investigate if something went wrong. Especially in an asynchronous environment, where multiple threads are adding entries at the same time. It’s easy... The post Adding correlation identifier to logs with NServiceBus can be found on Dennis van der Stelt.
26-6-2019 15:22:21 door Dennis van der Stelt in Dennis van der Stelt


Maybe this blog might also come back to life...

To be honest, just like my Dutch more personal blog, this English more professionally oriented one has been effectively dead for years. The personal one has however had a new post in januari, and has sort of come alive a bit again, mostly around the topic of flying with drones and model helicopters. Just like I did last januari in Dutch I am not making any promises at all. This post is just here to make sure something is more recent than 2012. To make it visually interesting and give you somethi...
1-5-2019 15:48:00 door peSHIr in peSHIr.NET

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