Time Traveling emails, and async operations previous: Entity Framework, The Five Years Plan, And Building Software on Future Features next: Memorable code One of the more important aspects of Message Based Architecture is the fact that messages can be re-ordered. I am used to that, but this still had me chuckling. Comments 10/26/2011 10:14 AM by Ori wish my builds were that quick :) 10/26/2011 10:19 AM by Filipe Pinheiro Almost a day to BUILD a project. 10/26/2011 10:56 AM by Scooletz Truth you say. Having messages received multiple times (at least once) and receiving them reordered are two main 'features' of messaging very frequently forgotten by programmers. You can always have it Paxos-ed ;-) 10/26/2011 11:34 AM by James Morcom Neutrino-based build process 10/26/2011 01:17 PM by njy You can call it The Gelmini Building Process: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-09-28/europe/302116541relativity-cern-scientific-research ooh boys, i'm so happy to be italian these days :-( /facepalm 10/26/2011 07:42 PM by Scott Wade Glad to see RavenDB article in upcoming November 2011 MSDN Magazine... “Embedding RavenDB into an ASP.NET MVC 3 Application,” by Justin Schwartzenberger, which explores the .NET/Windows-centric document data store solution RavenDB. It’s worth noting that Julie Lerman’s Data Points column courts a little NoSQL love as well, with her exploration of NoSQL document databases and their capabilities. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/msdnmagazine/archive/2011/10/26/10230308.aspx Comments have been closed on this topic.