The week in .NET – Mitch Muenster – Stateless

To read last week’s post, see The week in .NET – On .NET on CoreRT and .NET Native – Enums.NET – Ylands – Markdown Monster.


Last week, we hosted the MVP Summit, and instead of having a big one-hour show, we did several mini-interviews with MVPs. The first one was published on Monday. Mitch Muenster spent 25 minutes with us talking about being a developer with autism:

This week, we’ll publish the other interviews that we recorded during the summit.

Package of the week: Stateless

Almost all applications implement processes that can be represented as workflows or state machines. Stateless is a library that enables the representation of state machine-based workflows directly in .NET Code.

Version 3.0 of Stateless just came out, with support for .NET Core.

User group meeting of the week: Introduction to TPL Dataflow in Boulder, CO

The Boulder .NET User Group holds a meeting on Tuesday, November 15 at 5:45 on TPL Dataflow, a pattern that allows for lock-free multitasking.




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