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Event-sourcing remains a hot topic in the industry. It enables a lot of possibilities to build reactive microservices that scale and collect a lot of useful data. After many years of talking about capturing behaviour in our domain models, you finally are able to persist with the behaviour in a database. However, many warn about technical complexity and challenges on this road.
This introduction will demonstrate how proper event stream database combined with new C# features like advanced pattern matching can make this journey doable. During the workshop, you will look at a set of simple classes that allow you to build your own mini-framework and use it to build event-driven microservices. You will be using .NET Core and open-source databases like EventStore and RavenDb.
Please ensure that you check and complete the pre-requisites for this tutorial that you can find at http://bit.ly/es- tutorial. You can also just watch the follow the tutorial without writing code, in that case, you won't need to install anything.
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Tutorial: Practical Event-Sourcing with C# and EventStore
Sérgio is a passionate and stubborn developer dude, that for the last 17 years or so has been modelling, building and sometimes simply deleting, various types of software.
Alexey is a consultant at Ubiquitous, currently working as a software architect and technical lead at ABAX. He is mostly working with high-performance event processing and event-sourced systems.