From zero to hero messaging in .NET with MassTransit

I'm thrilled to announce that my course "From zero to hero messaging in .NET with MassTransit" was released on Dometrain

IS this course for you? #

In this course, we’ll explore the ins and outs of asynchronous communication patterns, with a focus on MassTransit —a powerful message broker for .NET applications. Have you ever dreamt of building applications that can handle complex workloads with ease?

Well, buckle up, because asynchronous messaging with MassTransit is about to become your new best friend!

This course is designed for three types of heroes:

  1. C# Software Developers: If you're already slinging code in C#, you've got a great foundation for diving into asynchronous messaging.
  2. C# Architects: Looking to elevate your design skills and craft scalable, performant applications? This course will equip you with the knowledge to do just that.
  3. MassTransit and asyncronous messaging Newbies: Maybe you've heard the buzz around MassTransit, but aren't sure where to start. Fear not, curious minds! This course will guide you every step of the way.

As a hands-on software architect, I witnessed first-hand how people in different teams struggle to shift their mind-set to adopt an asyncronous messaging approach.

At first, is a bit unusual to think in terms of messages, react to those messages in different components, and not have status codes to guide you.

I know it is hard too, but sometimes we have to unlearn what we know from building traditional APIs in order to design better ones. Reality tells us that the APIs that respond to ever increasing throughput needs, are resilient and more robust.

In the course, we will start by learning the basic concepts about asynchronous messaging, how it is different than REST and RPC and then progress towards concepts like Pub/sub, request/reply, different architecture types, pipes & filters, Pull& Push consumption models and many more.

And if you ask me, designing and building a good system sometimes reduces to applying well tried recipes, others were using before you, like Outbox Pattern and Saga Pattern.

You can see here the list of topics that are covered in the course. And of course, you will also get the source code as a resource for the course.

Outcome #

By the end of this course you will be able to apply asynchronous messaging concepts in enterprise applications. You will be able to extrapolate the examples and use them in your scenarios.

So, if you're ready to unlock the power of asynchronous messaging and build next-level applications with MassTransit, then check it out and let's get started!

PS: Don’t forget to connect , and let me know what you think about the course.


You can click here to checkout the course directly