From version 0.27.3 of EasyNetQ, you can set your client product name and platform in the connection string:
var bus =...
0 replies - 1212 views - 02/28/14 by Mike Hadlow in Articles
I had a great discussion today on the EasyNetQ
mailing list about a pull request. It forced me to articulate how I
view the EasyNetQ API as being made up...
0 replies - 2679 views - 02/05/14 by Mike Hadlow in Articles
EasyNetQ is my easy-to-use .NET API for RabbitMQ. The
default AMQP publish is not transactional and doesn't guarantee that
your message will actually...
0 replies - 2348 views - 11/19/12 by Mike Hadlow in Articles
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you’ll have heard the buzz about Node.js,
a platform for building network...
0 replies - 8190 views - 07/14/12 by Mike Hadlow in Articles
RabbitMQ comes with a nice .NET client called, appropriately enough, ‘RabbitMQ DotNet Client’.
It does a good job of implementing the AMQP protocol in...
0 replies - 4971 views - 05/05/12 by Mike Hadlow in Articles