Eric Kepes is an in-the-trenches software architect specializing in developing distributed systems using agile methods. He enjoys sharing his experiences using technology with the.Net community at user group meetings and Code Camps. He is the Communications Director for the Pittsburgh .Net User Group and the Pittsburgh Code Camps. Having spent nearly 18 years in software development wearing many different hats, he currently works for McKesson Automation as a software architect. He is a reformed certification junkie. When he’s not playing with computers or studying the latest fads in agile engineering and process, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. Visit Eric’s blog at http://erickepes.com or follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ekepes.
Building complex systems can often be easier when you break them into smaller services, but how do you reduce the complexity of the coordination between the services? In this discussion, we’ll see how you can use an OSS .Net Service Bus, MassTransit, to facilitate building your applications in a distributed architecture.