RabbitMQ and Messaging Concepts
What you'll learn
- General messaging concepts
- RabbitMQ management web interface
- Using RabbitMQ .Net client library with C#
- Installing RabbitMQ on a Windows machine
- Pulling and running RabbitMQ Docker image
- C# knowledge only for coding lessons
RabbitMQ is a very popular message broker. It is heavily used in microservices architectures, as a solution for asynchronous, decoupled communication/messaging problem between the services.
It is available on Windows, Linux and Mac. There are also many official Docker images that are ready to run.
RabbitMQ is easy to install, learn, configure and use. There are many official client libraries for popular programming languages. Its management web interface plugin makes learning and testing RabbitMQ even easier.
This course starts with message broker basics continues with RabbitMQ, its components and common usage scenarios. There are demo lessons for testing the RabbitMQ system using management web interface. There are also coding lessons that demonstrates how to use RabbitMQ features from code and implement common messaging scenarios using C#.
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Who this course is for:
- Developers who are curious about RabbitMQ and general messaging concepts
- Developers who want to learn RabbitMQ .Net client library
Working as a software developer for more than 14 years I have participated in several small and medium sized projects. I am the designer and developer of some of them and participated as a developer in others. Most of my experience is in digital asset management (DAM), broadcasting and medical sectors but I have also experience in small sized MRP and ERP applications as a developer and consultant.
I have developed several applications and components in Delphi, C#, Java, C and C++.
I like both learning new things and teaching. I have already arranged in-house training sessions in the past on various software development related topics including memory management, performance optimizations, design patterns, software architectures, dependency injection, coding standards, NoSQL...