So perhaps you looked through the Thoughtworks Technology Radar and you stumbled across a .NET tool called Brighter. And many of you probably thought: what?
You might even have read their description: "Brighter is an open source library for .Net that provides scaffolding to implement Command Invocation. We have had good feedback from teams using it, especially in conjunction with the ports and adaptors pattern and CQRS. They especially like that it integrates well with Polly to provide circuit breaking functionality."
And that might have led you questioning just what the Command Invocation, ports and adapters and circuit breaker were.
In this presentation, I will answer your questions about Brighter showing you how to get up and running using it, and how it can help you deliver robust, scalable solutions (and possibly throw away Mass Transit and NServiceBus).
This session will be hands-on; although architectural and patterns ideas will be discussed, the goal is to show how Brighter can provide value for you by displaying working code.
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