Meet Your Friendly, Neighborhood .NET Twilion

I have a new role and I’m very excited about it. I am now a Developer Educator for Twilio. Twilio takes care of the messy telecom hardware and exposes a globally available cloud API that developers can interact with to build intelligent and complex communications systems. To get this role, one of the things I… Continue reading

Creating a RabbitMQ Cluster for Use with MassTransit

In my last post, A Simple MassTransit Publish/Subscribe Example, we looked at how to build basic publishers and subscribers using MassTransit and RabbitMQ. In the example, however, we were only using a single RabbitMQ instance on a single machine. In the real world, your publishers are most likely to live on separate machines from your subscribers. To do that,… Continue reading