SkillsCast coming soon.
After completing a POC typically we are left with a lot of open questions, most importantly how do we adopt this thing across the organization?
How do you begin to integrate the new message patterns and concepts into your legacy code bases? How will your development teams adopt the new tools and more importantly all the new concepts? In this session, discover how using NServiceBus transforms the way we think about design and how we approach our work. Learn how typical three tiered designs just seem to disappear and how business processes start to become workflows.
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Beyond the POC, what to expect from the road ahead with the Particular Service Platform
Adam Fyles is a Solution Architect at Wegmans Food Markets and is experienced in enterprise development and integration. His interests include distributed systems design and implementation on multiple platforms.