Getting Started With nServiceBus on VAN Mar 31

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Mar 16, 2010, 10:20:43 PM3/16/10
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Topic: nServiceBus is mature and powerful open source framework that
enables to design robust, scalable, message-based, service-oriented
architectures. Latest improvements in the configuration API enables
developers to quickly get started and build a working simple system
that uses messaging infrastructure. The goal of this session is to
give a jump start with the framework, introduce basic concepts such as
message handlers, Sagas, Pub/Sub, Generic Host and also create a
working demo application that uses publish/subscribe messaging. The
content of the session is addressed to developers that are interested
in learning how to get started using nServiceBus in order to design
and build distributed systems.

Bio: Bernard Kowalski is currently a Software Developer at Microdesk,
one of Autodesk's leading partners in providing variety of Geospatial
and Computer-Aided Design solutions.

Bernard has experience developing .NET framework-based applications
utilizing Windows Forms, Windows Services, ASP.NET MVC, and Web
services. In a recent project, Bernard architected and implemented a
distributed system based on SOA principles using an open source
implementation of an Enterprise Service Bus. Bernard develops software
with Agile patterns and practices using Domain Driven Design combined
with TDD (Test Driven Development). He is familiar with all of the
following APIs: Autodesk Vault/Product Stream API, AutoCAD ActiveX/
VBA/.NET API, AutoCAD Mechanical API, Autodesk Inventor API, Autodesk
MapGuide Enterprise.

Prior to joining Microdesk, Bernard worked as a researcher and teacher
at the University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland where he
was awarded with a PhD in Computer Methods in Materials Science. He
also participated in research projects where he developed applications
for analysis of hot compression test results using advanced
optimization techniques. He also developed Finite Element Method-based
programs for thermal and stress analysis using C++ and FORTRAN.

Bernard is a member of the Domain Driven Design and ALT.NET user
groups in NYC.

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Times below are Central Standard Time
Start Time: Wed, Mar 31, 2010 8:00 PM UTC/GMT -5 hours
End Time: Wed, Mar 31, 2010 10:00 PM UTC/GMT -5 hours
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Zach Young
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