Implementing Mediator Pattern using MediatR - Presented by Assad Siddiqui

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Sometimes using Dependency Injection in MVC (or for that matter any application type) becomes very clunky. Mediator Pattern addresses this problem and makes sure that Separation of Concerns is implemented. MediatR, an open source nuget, makes implementation of the Mediator pattern easy. This talk will address the Mediator Patter plus how it could be easily implemented using MediatR library.

Tonight's topic will be presented by Assad Siddiqui.

Assad is a Principal Software Consultant for Improving. He has spent the last 14 years in software development, creating full-stack enterprise level software from start to finish.

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