OpenSleigh, a Saga management library for .NET Core.

Italiano Introductory and overview Development

OpenSleigh is a distributed saga management library, written in C# with .NET Core 5. It is intended to be reliable, fast, easy to use, configurable and extensible. I'll be talking about the general idea and the patterns behind it.


David Guida

Microsoft MVP | Cloud Developer @ Equisoft Montreal

David is a software engineer with more than 15 years of professional experience. He's also a Microsoft MVP on Developer Technologies and a member of the .NET Foundation. When he's not busy coding or looking for the next book to read, you can find him in his kitchen baking cakes.

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