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CQRS and Event Sourcing

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Tuesday, October 22 2019
10:15 - 11:15

Data storage and data access are subjects of this talk. CQRS is quite a simple pattern to split responsibilities when working with data, but incredibly complicated papers have been written about it! Event Sourcing can be viewed as a natural extension of CQRS, though in reality a decision for or against it is independent and comes with its own consequences. Oliver uses practical examples in this talk to demonstrate implementation and combination of both patterns.

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