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On May 29th, HYS Enterprise invites .NET developers on our webinar.

Our speakers:

— Vladimir Garbar (.Net Team Lead at HYS Enterprise): ‘Wild Async .NET world: AID Kit for boy-scouts’

Many of us use an asynchronous programming model on a daily basis. But we don’t always use all possibilities. Sometimes we have a lack of practical experience to quickly solve typical cases. During our meeting, we will refresh our knowledge about different scenarios of what to do and what to avoid.

— Alexander Prygun (.Net Team Lead at HYS Enterprise): ‘Saga pattern’

When we choose the set of independent services for our business tasks instead of a monolithic application, one business transaction under the hood turns into many transactions on individual components.

So we have to find out:

— How to make the description of the business process at the code level easy and convenient.
— How to ensure data consistency between system components. To solve this task, we’ll use the saga pattern.

Free entry, all participants should sign up: bit.ly/2VqGorI
Use only valid email. You will get the link to the webinar within a week before the event.

If you don’t get a link to the webinar, drop a line to [email protected]
See you online on May 29 at 18:00!


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On May 29th, HYS Enterprise invites .NET developers on our webinar. Our speakers: — Vladimir Garbar (.Net Team Lead at HYS Enterprise): ‘Wild Async .NET world: AID Kit for boy-scouts’ Many of us use an asynchronous programming model on a daily basis. But we don’t always use all possibilities. Sometimes we have a lack of practical experience to quickly solve typical cases. During our meeting, we will refresh our knowledge about different scenarios of what to do and what to avoid. — Alexander Prygun (.Net Team Lead at HYS Enterprise): ‘Saga pattern’ When we choose the set of independent services for our business tasks instead of a monolithic application, one business transaction under the hood turns into many transactions on individual components. So we have to find out: — How to make the description of the business process at the code level easy and convenient.— How to ensure data consistency between system components. To solve this task, we’ll use the saga pattern. Free entry, all participants should sign up: bit.ly/2VqGorIUse only valid email. You will get the link to the webinar within a week before the event. If you don’t get a link to the webinar, drop a line to [email protected] you online on May 29 at 18:00!
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