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    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon
    We will start offering basic support here for the vlingo/platform Java edition. Please ask questions of value. We will not spend time on debates.
    Aleix Morgadas
    @aleixmorgadas
    :wave:
    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon
    <<< Note the rooms to the left for specific primary components. If you don't see room then post your question here in community.
    Abel Fernández
    @daferpi
    hello to all!!
    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon
    We are kicking off our vlingo/platform training on May 14-15 in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. The 2-day workshop covers "Reactive DDD" in application with the vlingo components. The event is a fundraiser for the Beautiful Gate Center there in Charleston. You can find details here:
    https://ti.to/iddd-workshop/reactive-4-beautiful-gate
    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon

    We have released vlingo/platform v0.8.0 including the following:

    • vlingo/symbio ObjectStore #JDBC #Jdbi #JPA
    • vlingo/lattice improved #EventSourcing #CQRS #Exchanges
    • vlingo/http improved fluent API
    • On Bintray/Sonatype/Bintray

    https://search.maven.org/search?q=vlingo

    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon

    Now available v0.8.1 with new vlingo-lattice-exchange-rabbitmq support. You get super simple message exchanges between bounded contexts using RabbitMQ topics and queues.

    https://github.com/vlingo/vlingo-lattice-exchange-rabbitmq

    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon
    Now available 0.8.2 on Sonatype and Central. Note that Bintray is our working 0.8.3 snapshot repository (artifacts NOT named with -SNAPSHOT).
    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon
    Now available 0.8.5 and moving quickly to 0.8.6 with changes supporting Dispatcher and Dispatchable across all storage protocols.
    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon

    OSS is the best way to deliver software that helps people do their jobs. Yet, it's been tough for even very successful OSS companies that remain successful in the light of behemoths "capturing OSS projects."

    You may find this short thread interesting. I suggest reading the YugaByte piece. Three links to Pieter Hintjens' blog posts on the subject follow.

    https://twitter.com/VaughnVernon/status/1157298408010313729

    http://hintjens.com/blog:68
    http://hintjens.com/blog:27
    http://hintjens.com/blog:95

    Vaughn Vernon
    @VaughnVernon

    @/all
    If you know @ApacheActiveMQ and you'd like to make a significant, yet not very complex, contribution to @vlingo_io /lattice, you would make our whole week!

    Here's the @RabbitMQ implementation with a dozen simple classes for reference:
    https://github.com/vlingo/vlingo-lattice-exchange-rabbitmq