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Mariusz Wojcik
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@RabbitMQ - look at performance of Delayed Exchange -

The RabbitMQ has new exchange type which allows for delayed message delivery. You can read more about the Delayed Message plugin here and here. The exchange works by checking message headers to determine whether the message has to be delayed, and then…
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@RabbitMQ gets support for delayed messages delivery. See how to use it from C# and #EasyNetQ

Recently, new plugin for RabbitMQ was created which provides support for delayed messaging. The plugin adds new exchange type to RabbitMQ which will store messages internally, using Mnesia, until they are scheduled for delivery. This provides a protection…
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For all of you who are thinking about messaging solution in Azure - cost comparison of running +RabbitMQ cluster in Microsoft Azure vs. Azure Service Bus: http://wp.me/p4IMeg-y3
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Third part in a series "Give life to parameter objects" - enhance debugging experience with DebuggerDisplayAttribute: http://wp.me/p4IMeg-gX
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Give life to parameter objects (part 2) - moving behaviour

In the previous post I wrote about my usual second step in refactoring to Parameter Object – moving related validation code. This is really easy to do and greatly de-clutters the method. Now it is a time to scrutinise code more and move behaviour which…
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More on Using Objects as Parameters in c# (http://bit.ly/1pgWekg) - Give life to parameter objects.

In his article “Using Objects as Parameters in C#” Peter Shaw explains common problems with methods having large number of parameters and shows how to refactor those to use objects. I would actually take that example further. Once you extract an object…
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Would you like to see parameter values in the Call Stack window? Check this @VisualStudio debugger Tips'n'Trick:

Today’s Tips’n’Trick is one which I value a lot. Lets say you are in the debugging session and you look at the Call Stack window to check what methods were invoked so far. You can see assembly names, method names, line numbers – even parameter types and…
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Another nifty trick to use when debugging in @VisualStudio: Set Next Statement :

In the last Visual Studio Debugger Tips’n’Tricks I showed Run To Cursor option which allows for running debugger and breaking in selected line. Today I am going to present another option called Set Next Statement. Set Next Statement (shortcut: Ctrl +…
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More Tips'n'Tricks on using debugger in @VisualStudio - Run To Cursor:

Imagine, you are in the debugging mode and the next statement is a loop. You do not want to step into this loop and waste time on iterating over items but you also do not want to step out of the method. What you can do is to place cursor in the line you…
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