Lesson 81 - Workflow Event Pattern 
(March 9, 2020)

Asynchronous messaging is a technique for significantly increasing the overall responsiveness and performance of a system and decoupling services or components. However, it comes with a price: complex error handling. In this lesson Mark Richards shows a pattern of reactive architecture called the Workflow Event Pattern that provides a way to programmatically repair errors. 

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