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Events are your industry’s near and dear. All technological conferences are full of talks on event sourcing, event driven architectures, or event driven integrations. So hey, why not make another one? …But a bit different: Let’s talk about the dark side of this pattern. Events, as any tool, can be used productively or destructively.
During the last 8 years, at Internovus, you've found so many creative ways to do the latter:
- The different ways events can introduce coupling so strong, it will make the classic enterprise monolith envy
- Multiple ways of using events to introduce accidental complexity
- How to use events to turn a microservice into an architectural trojan horse;
- Why some events, just like underwear, better be kept private
Those sights are not for the faint of heart, but fear not. You will get heuristics that will help you identify those situations, eliminate event-driven accidental complexities, and make events great again.
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The Dark Side Of Events
Having over 15 years of experience in the software industry, Vladik has worked across multiple business domains, including advertisement, healthcare, telecommunications, and customer acquisition. Currently Vladik serves as the Chief Architect for Internovus, where he is in charge of large-scale projects, and an international developers team. Vladik’s main areas of interest are Domain-Driven Design, Distributed Systems, Cloud Computing, and building effective teams. When he's not geeking out, Vladik reads lots of books, photographs nature, and repairs his r/c aircrafts.