When it starts to get colder outside I start to think about soup. I love soup, especially chili. But I don't want any of that watery gunk that's just tomato soup with a few lonely beans floating in there somewhere. No sir! I want it thick and chunky. Load it up with ground meat, beans, onions, tomatoes, cheese, green peppers, jalepeños, pineapple–it's all good!
Just like with chili, we sometimes see code that feels kind of "thick and chunky." It's got validation, logging, exception handling, database communication, business logic, and so much more. But unlike chili, the result does not taste good.
We see this kind of bloated, muddled code all over the place, regardless of what language or framework is being used, and NServiceBus is no exception. Here's an example where someone has stuffed an NServiceBus message handler full to the breaking point:Read more