Quartz.Net Built-In Listeners

This is the fifth post in the Quartz.Net Listener Tutorial series. In this post we’ll be looking at the listeners that are shipped with the Quartz.Net distribution. Scheduler Listeners If we search through the Quartz.Net codebase we’ll find two classes that implement the ISchedulerListener interface: SchedulerListenerSupport and BroadcastSchedulerListener. Let’s look at these guys in detail now.

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Quartz.Net Trigger Listeners, Part 4 of Quartz.Net Listeners in Detail

This is the fourth post in the Quartz.Net Listener Tutorial series. It’s also the fourth part of the introduction to listeners overview series. You can find Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here. Today we’ll be looking at trigger listeners and how to implement one. As we mentioned in Part 1, trigger listeners get notified of trigger level events.

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Moving from Wordpress to Jekyll

If you visit my blog frequently, you may have noticed that the layout of the site has changed drastically. Can you guess why? Yes, I switched from using wordpress to using Jekyll. Why switch? Speed Basically because I wanted my site to load faster. I moved off shared hosting and into Azure to speed up the site and there definitely was an improvement.

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Quartz.Net Job Listeners, Part 3 of Quartz.net Listeners in detail

This is the third post in the Quartz.Net Listener Tutorial series. It’s also the third part of the introduction to listeners overview series. You can find Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Today we’ll be looking at job listeners and how to implement one. As we mentioned in Part 1, job listeners get notified of job level events.

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Quartz.Net Scheduler Listeners, Part 2 of Quartz.Net Listeners in Detail

This is the second post in the Quartz.Net Listener Tutorial series. It’s also the second part of the introduction to listeners overview series. You can find Part 1 here. Today we’ll be looking at scheduler listeners and how to implement one. As we mentioned in Part 1, scheduler listeners get notified of high level scheduler events.

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