Being flexible to change in business process makes our jobs easier, and it helps our applications adapt with minimal code changes. One of the biggest adaptions in our applications has been the addition of Events to note changes in the system. With these Events, we can affect change immediately or later. This is helpful in our reporting interfaces. We can build, change, and throw away our reports very easily. This is much easier than our older reports being generated by large SQL queries.


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Emily took us through the "why" and then use cases that made sense for this approach. Certainly a complicated process so her explanations helped and provided much food for thought.

Sean Fraser at 11:03 on 24 May 2017

Solid but gentle approach to a complex topic.

My one suggestion would be to make the slides or at least code samples available before the talk, so that the audience can follow along on laptops. It was hard to make out some of the code samples at a distance.

Brady Pacha at 11:22 on 24 May 2017

Great talk, already know how I'm going to apply it. There was a lot to follow, I really appreciate the additional links to learn more.

Zachary May at 11:42 on 24 May 2017

Great info, and loved the illustrations in the slides. Presentation felt like it lulled a bit in the code walkthrough, however.

Very helpful in my quest to better understand this. I know what I want to accomplish; I'm just trying to figure out the best way to do it.