13th September 2011 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at Q&A with Udi Dahan

This SkillsCast features an This Q&A is entirely unrehearsed and unscripted Q&A with NServiceBus creator and internationally renowned architect Udi Dahan. Members of Skills Matter's passionate community challenged Udi with questions on NServiceBus, Distributed systems, service oriented architectures, the Domain Model pattern, and on his thoughts on building scalable systems that handle failure without losing data

If this Q&A recording inspired you to learn more about CQRS and DDD, you may like to check out more here:

CQRS Questions & Answers on Stackoverflow

Github Repository: Simple CQRS example on Github by Greg Young

Github repository: Deploying the Domain Model Pattern

Upcoming CQRS talks, conferences and meet ups for and by the Skills Matter Community

SkillsCast recordings of talks on CQRS that have been given for and by the Skills Matter community

And you can find out more about NServiceBus here NServiceBus offers enterprise-grade scalability and reliability for your workflows and integrations without any messy XML configuration - just pure-code bliss. It prides itself to be the most developer-friendly service bus for .NET. You can find out more about NServiceBus here.

SkillsCast recordings of other NServiceBus related talks for and by the Skills Matter community can be found here.

Upcoming meetups, talks, conferences and courses on NServiceBus can be found ProgNET London 2018 (in London on 12th - 14th September 2018)

  • Greg Young's CQRS, Domain Events, Event Sourcing and how to apply DDD (in London on 22nd - 24th October 2018)
  • Alberto Brandolini's DDD Modelling Workshop (in London on 24th - 26th October 2018)
  • Russ Miles' Microservices Workshop (in London on 12th - 14th December 2018)
  • Q&A with Udi Dahan

    Udi Dahan

    Udi Dahan is one of the world’s foremost experts on Service-Oriented Architecture and Domain-Driven Design and also the creator of NServiceBus, the most popular service bus for .NET.

    SkillsCast

    This SkillsCast features an This Q&A is entirely unrehearsed and unscripted Q&A with NServiceBus creator and internationally renowned architect Udi Dahan. Members of Skills Matter's passionate community challenged Udi with questions on NServiceBus, Distributed systems, service oriented architectures, the Domain Model pattern, and on his thoughts on building scalable systems that handle failure without losing data

    If this Q&A recording inspired you to learn more about CQRS and DDD, you may like to check out more here:

    CQRS Questions & Answers on Stackoverflow

    Github Repository: Simple CQRS example on Github by Greg Young

    Github repository: Deploying the Domain Model Pattern

    Upcoming CQRS talks, conferences and meet ups for and by the Skills Matter Community

    SkillsCast recordings of talks on CQRS that have been given for and by the Skills Matter community

    And you can find out more about NServiceBus here NServiceBus offers enterprise-grade scalability and reliability for your workflows and integrations without any messy XML configuration - just pure-code bliss. It prides itself to be the most developer-friendly service bus for .NET. You can find out more about NServiceBus here.

    SkillsCast recordings of other NServiceBus related talks for and by the Skills Matter community can be found here.

    Upcoming meetups, talks, conferences and courses on NServiceBus can be found ProgNET London 2018 (in London on 12th - 14th September 2018)

  • Greg Young's CQRS, Domain Events, Event Sourcing and how to apply DDD (in London on 22nd - 24th October 2018)
  • Alberto Brandolini's DDD Modelling Workshop (in London on 24th - 26th October 2018)
  • Russ Miles' Microservices Workshop (in London on 12th - 14th December 2018)
  • About the Speaker

    Q&A with Udi Dahan

    Udi Dahan

    Udi Dahan is one of the world’s foremost experts on Service-Oriented Architecture and Domain-Driven Design and also the creator of NServiceBus, the most popular service bus for .NET.