It doesn't take long to learn the basics of NServiceBus - the mechanics of sending, publishing, and processing messages are very straightforward. Developers can get proficient very quickly. What takes longer is the change in perspective of architecture - from building N-Tier systems based on synchronous RPC technologies like WCF and Web Services, to building more loosely- coupled parallel publishers and subscribers.
Get the benefit of experience and attend one of the public courses led by one of our core product experts. From tips and tricks for low-level configuration to top-level architectural best practices, these courses will set you on the fast track to success with NServiceBus on your next project.
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In this 2-hour presentation, Udi Dahan covers the architectural ramifications of using a service bus, and how the Bus pattern differs from RPC, as well as how to use the basic features of NServiceBus: one-way messaging, request/reply, publish/subscribe, and configuring NServiceBus.
If you need to train a large team and are looking for more effective ways to do so than to finance travel and expenses for them all - let us come to you.
Experience NServiceBus in these virtual labs. You can test drive new and improved features and functionality through deep end-to-end scenarios or specific features.
It's simple. No complex setup or installation is required to try NServiceBus running in a full-featured virtual lab. You get a downloadable manual and a 120-minute block of time for each module. Before you start, read the minimum system requirements. Next, select a virtual lab from the list below. Then, you will see an application called "holSystems LaunchPad Online" which will launch the lab.