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Robert started experimenting with data in-memory in the mid 90s. Fast forward and today Robert is lead architect and developer on Memstate, an event-sourced, ACID-transactional in-memory application platform. Memstate is a complete rewrite of OrigoDB targeting .NET Standard. Conceptually, they are the same but with entirely different internals.
In this presentation you will learn about the underlying pattern, the OrigoDB implementation and it's shortcomings, what you learned and the resulting implementation of Memstate. You will touch on topics such as async/await, group commit, event storage, nuget versioning, consensus in distributed systems, message ordering, throughput and latency.
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