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Getting to grips with EasyNetQ – Part 3 – Request Response


This post is about fleshing out the Request Response implementation of EasyNetQ. Request class using System; using EasyNetQ; using SubscribeWithLoggerConsoleAppNamespace; namespace RequestClosureConsoleAppNamespace {     class Program     {         static void Main()         {             var logger = new MyLogger();

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Getting to grips with EasyNetQ – Part 2 – Logger


In part 1 of this series about EasyNetQ, I’ve provided an overview of what happens when we use the Publish and Subscribe methods as well as explaining the actual default behaviour. In part 2, I will experiment with the logger

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Getting to grips with EasyNetQ – Part 1- PubSub


Following on from the series I had on RabbitMQ, I then moved onto EasyNetQ. Now, if you have no idea what RabbitMQ is, then this post is unlikely to be appropriate. I would suggest to first go through the blog

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Experimenting with RabbitMQ – Topic exchange


Preamble This is part 4 of a series of blogposts about RabbitMQ. This series aims to provide more information (I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information as I’m a beginner at RabbitMQ) concerning a series of posts by

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Experimenting with RabbitMQ – Fanout exchange


Preamble This is part 3 of a series of blogposts about RabbitMQ. This series aims to provide more information (I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information as I’m a beginner at RabbitMQ) concerning a series of posts by

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Experimenting with RabbitMQ – LoggingApplication example


Preamble This is part 2 of a series of blogposts about RabbitMQ. This series aims to provide more information (I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information as I’m a beginner at RabbitMQ) concerning a series of posts by

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Experimenting with RabbitMQ – HelloWorldExample


Preamble This is part 1 of a series of blogposts about RabbitMQ. This series aims to provide more information (I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information as I’m a beginner at RabbitMQ) concerning a series of posts by

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