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Redis Tutorial Part II: Using Redis as a Pub/Sub Medium

, 2 May 2011
Create a simple redis pub/sub client pair in VB.NET
redisPart02_demo.zip
Debug
RedisExample02.exe
RedisExample02.vshost.exe
RedisExample02.vshost.exe.manifest
ServiceStack.dll
ServiceStack.Interfaces.dll
ServiceStack.ServiceInterface.dll
redisPart02_src.zip
RedisExample02
RedisExample01
bin
Debug
RedisExample02.exe
RedisExample02.vshost.exe
RedisExample02.vshost.exe.manifest
ServiceStack.dll
ServiceStack.Interfaces.dll
ServiceStack.ServiceInterface.dll
ext-dll
ServiceStack.dll
ServiceStack.Interfaces.dll
ServiceStack.ServiceInterface.dll
ServiceStack.ServiceInterface.pdb
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
RedisExample02.vbproj.user
RedisExample01.suo
RedisExample02.suo
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<doc>
<assembly>
<name>
RedisExample02
</name>
</assembly>
<members>
<member name="P:RedisExample02.My.Resources.Resources.ResourceManager">
	<summary>
  Returns the cached ResourceManager instance used by this class.
</summary>
</member><member name="P:RedisExample02.My.Resources.Resources.Culture">
	<summary>
  Overrides the current thread's CurrentUICulture property for all
  resource lookups using this strongly typed resource class.
</summary>
</member><member name="T:RedisExample02.My.Resources.Resources">
	<summary>
  A strongly-typed resource class, for looking up localized strings, etc.
</summary>
</member><member name="M:RedisExample02.SubscriptionMessageEventArgs.#ctor(System.String,System.String)">
	<summary>
 Initializes a new instance of the SubscriptionMessageEventArgs class.
 </summary>
</member><member name="T:RedisExample02.RedisStore">
	<summary>
 The redis store encapsulation class around the ServiceStack redis client 
 </summary>
	<remarks>This class is cumulatively constructed across the tutorial and is not broken.</remarks>
</member>
</members>
</doc>

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Hariharan Arunachalam
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Hariharan leapt into the field of programming after being introduced to C in his second year at college. A fan of basketball and chess, the logical thought process behind programming and the concepts of linking real principles onto a concrete platform pushed him deep into this field. On finishing his bachelor's majoring in Electrical and Electronics engineering with Soft Computing, Numerical Analysis and Biomedical Engineering as minor, he did a six month stint at India's second largest IT company- Infosys Technologies. He left Infosys armed with strong concepts of SDL Cycles and process development, gained domain knowledge in Java and had explored Visual basic, C++, C# and kept his mind open for more. Currently working in a startup as the product designer, his arsenal of technologies has doubled to accommodate the challenges his job demands.
Off work, he enjoys learning new languages (non-programming) and is currently teaching himself German and Spanish. He also enjoys travelling around and exploring new ideas, places and relationships.
 
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