A simple but flexible package to turn your commandline project into either a Windows Service or a Linux systemd service.
This is a very simple DotNet Standard 2.0 package for receiving messages from AWS SQS in as simple a manner as I think is possible. Source code is on github https://github.com/RokitSalad/Helpful.Aws.Sqs.Receiver The package is available on nuget.org: https://www.nuget.org/packages/Helpful.Aws.Sqs.Receiver The package provides a few useful features which you don't get by default when using the AWS … Continue reading Helpful.Aws.Sqs.Receiver
Over the last few weeks, I've talked about how cool streaming JSON data can be and why maybe it might not always be the best idea. Have a read here: Large JSON Responses Don’t Stream JSON Data Don’t Stream JSON Data (Part 2) After the last instalment I thought that the code I listed for … Continue reading Don’t Stream JSON Data (Addendum)
Introduction With the increasing popularity of SOA in the guise of ‘microservices’, circuit breakers are now a must have weapon in any developer’s arsenal. Services are rarely 100% reliable; outages happen, network connections get pulled, memory gets filled, routing tables get corrupted. In an environment where multiple services are each calling multiple other services, the … Continue reading A Helpful Circuit Breaker in C#