Introduction to Event Sourcing and CQRS

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Rated 4

Josh Butts at 15:57 on 3 Nov 2016

This was an ambitious tutorial, very heavy stuff. Clearly Beau knows the topic, and I enjoyed listening to it.

Rated 5

Andrew Caya at 21:34 on 4 Nov 2016

Learned tons about Event Sourcing and CQRS. Thanks!

Rated 5

Marc Aubé at 15:34 on 5 Nov 2016

It was nice to have a rather complicated subject presented by someone with extensive experience with CQRS/ES in real world applications. Beau has obviously benefited from the "pros" of CQRS/ES and suffered from the "cons", because he had an objective opinion on this application architecture, and it wasn't all unicorns and rainbows :P

Rated 4

Mohammad at 20:58 on 7 Nov 2016

CQRS is among those concepts that need to be well-explained to gain buy-in from the audience with varying level of knowledge. Beau, as a seasoned developer, brilliant software architect, and above all an awesome conference speaker did this super-hard job so well, that almost everybody got a good initial understanding of the CQRS. Well done Beau!

Rated 5

Milan Popovic at 19:37 on 11 Nov 2016

This was very good introduction to CQRS/ES. Speaker has covered all the essential aspects of a topic followed by great examples. I also liked TDD approach.

Beau's workshop on CQRS and Event Sourcing was very complete and objective. I found some parts of it, specifically the test-driven code samples, a little difficult to understand but I believe that was due to a lack of experience on my part with some of the challenges that these approaches address.

I would definitely recommend this workshop for anyone who has experience with some of the challenges that Beau talks about, such as persisting last known state, and who has experience with domain-driven design. The code samples and test-driven approach was a great thing to see as well!