Multi Service Bus Project Launch

image Hi, I started today Multi Service Bus (GIT repo) project. Already I have full C# implementation. And I will be working on other language implementations. First, I will start on Java and then on C++. I have some ideas on how to make this in Java, but overall I am not a Java expert, only a C# expert, so that may be a bit difficult at the beginning.

But I will be working on this, even if I do not know how. Of course, I could ask you, readers of this blog, to join me and help me with this open-source project. Still, I am sure nobody is crazy enough to waste time on the idea of some guy on the Internet… (“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” – Steve Jobs, 1984)

But, if you crazy enough to think you can change software engineering world. If you want to join me, let me know. For sure, there are no such things on the Internet. Easy abstraction Service Bus for .NET, Java, C++, and more languages. I believe it is worth investing my time in this and having the chance to break through the impossible.

There is one more thing, the design of this service bus is very innovative and it solves firewall issues. Also, I am planning to use Port-Knocking for its security of it. Idea strongly related to operating systems firewalls to make it the fastest and the best-secured solution I ever made.

Joke at the end: Coder and Designer of Software prayed, – Dear God help me become Software Architect, but nothing happen. After 5 years prayed again, – Dear God, help me become a Software Architect. I have 5 years of experience, and nothing has happened. After 10 years, – God, I am an expert of software help me with this please, God said – You waste 10 years on .NET with nothing, even I cannot help you with this, learn yourself Java :).

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2 Replies to “Multi Service Bus Project Launch”

  1. I like the idea in general and I can help you on this, but I would like to know more about this idea. Do you have a detailed documentation or wiki link?

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