Articles Written by Jeffrey Juday

Securing Azure Service Bus and Azure Queuing Messages in .NET

While .NET includes encryption classes there are no instructions for bringing encryption to bear on Azure Messaging services like Service Bus and Azure Queuing. A Pipeline and Envelope architecture is one approach that leads to more reusable code across all Azure Messaging infrastructures.

Building an Azure Queuing Message Pipeline

A developer building messaging solutions with Azure Queuing and Azure Service Bus should follow a Pipeline pattern when processing a significant number of different messages. One approach to building a Pipeline is to layer a message following an Envelope pattern.

Leap into the Clouds: A Consideration for Developers

The cloud is not new. More software is now being built for cloud environments; and thus developers are being forced to adapt. Adaptation need not be painful as long as a developer starts today.  Learn about taking the leap; you won't be sorry.

.NET Azure Queuing and Serialization

Understanding Serialization is important if a developer is contemplating Azure .NET Queuing on either Azure Service Bus or Azure Storage Queues. Jeffrey Juday examines some common patterns to effectively apply Data Contract Serialization, leveraging the .NET Data Contract Serialization.

Microsoft Azure .NET Queuing Patterns

Learn to utilize more advanced Azure Queuing features like Asynchronous Methods, LockTimeouts, and Message TimeToLive.

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