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The Future of The Service Bus at NSBConf

Episode #1055 Thursday, October 30, 2014

While at the NSBConf in Brooklyn, New York, Carl and Richard moderated a panel of Udi Dahan, Ted Neward, Oren Eini and Yves Goeleven about the future of the service bus. And the future is bright! Without much contention, the panel focused in on the advantages of message passing and creating coherent boundaries between application layers to make scaling and management much easier when building large applications. There is also a discussion about rendering the update of components asynchronous, so that not everyone has to be ready to upgrade at the same time - less big bang, more continuous delivery!


Udi Dahan

Udi Dahan is one of the world’s foremost experts on Service-Oriented Architecture and Domain-Driven Design and also the creator of NServiceBus, the most popular service bus for .NET. Udi can be contacted via his blog www.UdiDahan.com.

Ted Neward

Ted Neward is an industry professional with twenty plus years' experience. He speaks at conferences all over the world and writes regularly for a variety of publications across the Java, .NET, and other ecosystems. He currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, two sons, three cats, twelve laptops, seven tablets, nine phones, and a rather large utility bill.

Oren Eini

Oren Eini is the author of RavenDB, a very popular NoSQL database, and is also a leading figure in other well known open source projects including NHibernate, Rhino Mocks,the Rhino Tools Suite and the Castle project.

Oren Eini has years of experience in the development world with a strong focus on architecture and best practices that promote quality software and zero-friction development.

Yves Goeleven

Yves has been shipping enterprise and cloud software since 2001. Having been both a consultant and trainer in the past, as well as Windows Azure MVP for the last 4 years, Yves is currently a developer on NServiceBus and founder of MessageHandler.net.


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