Wolverine .NET Command and Message Bus with Jeremy Miller
Jeremy Miller is back with more open-source goodness in the form of the Wolverine .NET Command and Message Bus. Jeremy talks about developing the Marten database and reaching a point with event sourcing that led to Wolverine - building the infrastructure to work with a variety of queuing solutions to act as an intermediary, a message bus, and a command bus, as needed. The conversation also digs into the current state of open-source with his projects, and the evolution toward more sustainable open-source development - there is more to come!
Jeremy Miller is a developer and software architect in Austin, TX. He began his software career writing "Shadow IT" applications to automate his tedious engineering documentation, then wandered into software development because it looked like more fun. Jeremy has been heavily involved in open-source .NET development as the author of Lamar, Wolverine, and as the lead developer of Marten. Jeremy occasionally manages to write about various software topics at http://jeremydmiller.com.
- Spectre.Console https://spectreconsole.net/
- Marten https://martendb.io/
- Wolverine https://wolverine.netlify.app/
- NServiceBus https://particular.net/nservicebus
- MassTransit https://masstransit-project.com/
- RabbitMQ https://www.rabbitmq.com/
- The Polly Project http://www.thepollyproject.org/
- OpenTelemetry https://opentelemetry.io/
- Task Parallel Library Dataflow https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/standard/parallel-programming/dataflow-task-parallel-library
- Express.js https://expressjs.com/