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So you heard so much stuff about Event-Sourcing. Now you want to know what all the hype is about but you don’t know where to start. Everything sounds quite complicated and there are many new concepts to learn. Do you need to use one of the available frameworks? Do you really need solutions for problems that you might never encounter? Wouldn’t it be great if you could experience those problems first-hand and to be able to tailor solutions to your application’s specific needs?
In this session, Roman wants to take you on a journey that will eventually enable you to build your own Event-Sourced system. Together you will define the requirements and he is going to give you ideas and approaches to fulfil those requirements. Eventually, you will see, why a language like F# is such a perfect fit for this kind of architecture.
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Learner <> Father <> Teacher. Roman Sachse started programming 19 years ago rather by accident shortly after founding his first company when he realized how much fun it was building the stuff he was working on by himself. This set him out on a lifelong journey of learning everything about software development and computer science and he was particularly surprised to realize that this branch of science strongly depends on two fields he was always interested in: people and communication. Roman is a proud father of three year old twin girls, holds a bachelors degree in Cognitive Science and a Masters degree in Computer Science and is currently mainly interested in Domain Driven Design, Functional Programming and the inner workings of software development teams.