Issue #156 of the Code Maze weekly.

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Rebus is a free .NET “service bus”. It is an implementation of several useful messaging patterns, which have turned out to be immensely useful for implementing asynchronous messaging-based communication between the components of an application. We’re positively surprised by Rebus and we’ve written an article you might want to check out and see it in action: Rebus in .NET – Service Bus Implementation

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