In un mondo ricco di comunicazione asincrona, Azure Service Bus ci permette di far comunicare servizi diversi tramite code. In questa sessione introdurremo Azure Service Bus e risponderemo ad alcune domande, come: quali sono le differenze tra Queue, Topic e Subscription? Lo scopriremo con una sessione di live coding, nella quale faremo comunicare diversi servizi .NET tramite code.
I'm a software developer with 7+ years of experience in the .NET world. I've worked with various technologies related to the Microsoft world: among them: Microsoft SharePoint 2013, ASP.NET MVC5, .NET Core e Azure.
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