Event sourcing is often explained in theory. Starting out with event sourcing is hard, initial investments are difficult and unclear. Let’s take a different approach and look at the code. In this talk we’ll see how small and simple event sourcing can be. This way we can start out writing event sourced code responsibly. By combining high-level concepts with concise implementation examples we’ll gain a solid understanding about what it takes to make use of this exciting technique.


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Scott Dutton at 18:00 on 26 Jan 2019

Good examples and the tests you were able to write because of this were really clean

I'm a sucker for good code examples. It was all so clear, I left with a feeling I could just start this right away.

Bart McLeod at 21:31 on 27 Jan 2019

Thank you. You really got me inspired. I look forward to investigating various options for Event Sourcing, including Sauce.

This talk was everything it needed to be, and Frank was very correct: there have been enough theoretical talks on ES, it was time for some code.

Srdjan Vranac at 12:16 on 28 Jan 2019

Clear, concise, explained well, good examples that were easy to understand.

Very nice talk, Good example codes and the entire flow of event sourcing was slowly and well explained in a logical order. Thanks!

Tim Huijzers at 00:17 on 30 Jan 2019

Quite interesting to see a different perspective then my own. Very easy to follow.

Very clear and well prepared talk.

Jens Trio at 12:18 on 31 Jan 2019

Very interesting talk and well brought. Good intro to event sourcing and the code examples made it even more clear.