Release Candidate 2 Available

We’re happy to announce the availability of the second release candidate for version 2.0 of NServiceBus.

With the internalization of Common.Logging, versioning conflicts between NServiceBus and other OSS frameworks have been resolved. Also a programmatic API has been added for the configuration of log4net simplifying the integration and extensibility of logging. Finally, the assembly scanning now makes it much easier to exclude unmanaged assemblies.

With several other small enhancements and bug fixes, developers will find this version to be much more stable and lower-friction than before.

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Release Candidate Available

We’re happy to announce the availability of the first release candidate for version 2.0 of NServiceBus. Rolling up several small bug fixes, conventions, documentation improvements, and general clean-up – this version is already being used in production in several places.

Come and get it –

NServicebus Survey

The community has spoken and has decided to share from its experiences. From stage of development, to team sizes, to numbers of servers, see the results of the NServiceBus survey.

Even better – take the survey yourself and share your experiences with the rest of the community.

Beta2 Now Available

After a very productive beta 1, we’ve got a whole bunch of improvements to the installation and permissions story, a cleaner API for the generic host, and more documentation on the site.

Other than minor implementation level bug fixes, there shouldn’t be any changes through the release candidate or the RTM.

Usergroup presentation in Aarhus Denmark

Lasse Eskildsen will be giving a presentation on NServiceBus at the Aarhus .NET User Group on October 28.

More information online here.

NServiceBus featured on Hanselminutes

Hear Udi and Scott discuss service buses and brokers.
Online here.

NServiceBus 2.0 in Beta

Featuring automated installation and configuration of MSMQ and the distributed transaction coordinator, developers and administrators no longer have to worry about rolling out these configurations to their machines – we have achieved xcopy deployment.