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Event-Driven Microservices with RabbitMQ and Ruby

While event sourcing as an architectural pattern is useful to understand, it is not commonly used when starting a new project or service, which generally start their life as simple CRUD applications. Event sourcing works best when chosen as a top-level architecture for a new service from the start. Learn how to implement Event-Driven Microservices with RabbitMQ and Ruby

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