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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 11
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 11
आसमान लाए हो ? लाकर ज़मीन पर रख दो .... ना जाने कितनी शाम आपके अल्फ़ाज़ों के सोहबत में गुजरी है राहत साहेब . माँ सरस्वती का आशीर्वाद आप पे हमेशा बने रहे ओम् शांति 🙏
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
I am building a architecture like this. Data will be created from Node.js Microservice and data will be pushed to apps using .NET Core Microservice using GraphQL Subscription type. Would you like to attend a webinar building this?
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Was getting bored 😂 so wrote some code in Pointer in C. 'this' - I am confusing, Pointer - hold my beer 😊😍 Friends, what would be the output and why?
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DotNetKicks Aug 10
How to make the length of an Array read-only in JavaScript by via
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @nishanil @spboyer and 2 others
Thanks, Nish for the help. I will do. Thank you again :)
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
I am building a architecture like this. Data will be created from Node.js Microservice and data will be pushed to apps using .NET Core Microservice using GraphQL Subscription type. Would you like to attend a webinar building this?
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @nishanil @spboyer and 2 others
I am trying an architecture like this.
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @nishanil @spboyer and 2 others
for example, if you look at this article It does not say anywhere that you cant pass custom type (object) in userProperties. So a good step by step article using servicebus in microservice would be nice. :) Thanks
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @nishanil @spboyer and 2 others
Thanks for sharing. I just went through chapters. Looks good. Though, I was looking for use of servicebus instead of rabitmq NodeJs micro service 1 .NET Core Microservice 2 Both talking to the service bus for communication. I will write an article :) Thanks
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Nish Anil Aug 10
We have this covered in our eBooks on Microservices and Cloud-Native apps Have you checked them out?
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @shriramcs
Yes
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @niklas_wortmann
Also we should update document explaining this :) what you say ?
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @niklas_wortmann
Got it. Thanks for the help
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Thanks . One thing for sure that sevice bus is very vital for microservices on azure , hence high time to have document explaining azure service bus in context of microservices .
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
This is misleading . In Vedas Brahmin does not represent a caste but one self In lossely Hindi Brahma + man . Plz don’t spread negativity for your agenda sir with all respect , that RT of your was on wrong info . Brahmin has diffent notion in Vedas n that’s not caste
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
tagging
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
Replying to @niklas_wortmann
Sure. PFA the code, I am trying. For some reason, complete call-back does not get called if error call-back is missing. However, if I add call-back for error notification, it works. I am sure I am missing something here. Tx for help
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
An interesting observation in the observer👇 observable.subscribe( data => { console.log(data) }, () => { console.log('complete') } ) Above, complete callback won't execute until you don't pass error callback
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Dhananjay Kumar Aug 10
its same , we changed some agenda after the feedback see you in the class
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