Building State Machines in .NET

22 02 2014

My new online course is out!
If you are creating embedded devices you, of  course, are aware of state machines. They are, or at least should be, an essential infrastructure asset to any solution.
Well, because state machines build flexibility and extensibility into a system, add structure and are able to scale from device level into backend systems. 
It is one of the most powerful architectural concepts one can use to create solutions that are most enduring and future-proof.

But wait, there is more!
The course adds an event driven communication architecture as well as a service oriented implementation approach to the state machine design, to further remove dependencies and add easy configurability.
Just check it out at my friends at Pluralsight!

Get ready for the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0.






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