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32 - [Warszawa] Microservice development (with examples in NServiceBus)

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Zapraszmy na devWarsztaty z Microservice development (with examples in NServiceBus)!


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Go beyond the hype and build a solid foundation of theory and practice with this workshop on Microservice development. Join us for a one-day deep-dive covering architectural topics like:

• UI decomposition

• Data ownership across the enterprise

You’ll also learn the nitty-gritty details of building production ready Microservices including:

• Fault tolerance – HTTP and Queues

• Reliable integration with 3rd party systems

• Monitoring, High Availability, and versioning

Finally, get some hands-on experience in Microservice development using NServiceBus for building:

• Scalable command-processing endpoints

• Publish/subscribe event-processing interactions

• Long-running multi-stage business processes and policies


Please make sure you prepare your machine before your 'Microservice development' workshop, by following the instruction on GitHub page (

Your time during the workshop is valuable, and we want to use it for learning, rather than setting up machines.


---------------------->SZYMON KULEC<------------------------

Microsoft MVP, architect, speaker, software engineer, Warsaw .NET User Group leader (

He incorporates a unique combination of Software Architecture and Performance Engineer. With his broad knowledge of modern architecture principles, distributed systems, as well as his deep understanding of performance principles he makes every allocation fear for its existence.

Szymon works at Particular Software (, delivering NServiceBus.

------------------->TOMASZ MASTERNAK<-------------------

Tomek is an engineer at Particular Software ( where he works on building messaging platform for *-service-oriented systems.

He has been building distributed systems for last 10 years both in academia and industry. He is passionate about theory and practice of distributed systems and likes to know why they work, fail and what that actually means in the first place.