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Many people think that it is an either/or choice between Event Store and NServiceBus, this could not be further from the truth! In this session Greg and Szymon will look at Event Store and NServiceBus and how they can be brought together.
Whether looking at Event Store as a highly available transport or even as an auditing queue with full temporal querying abilities there is a lot of benefit the two can bring to each other.
Watch the SkillsCast recording to find out why!
About The Event Store
SkillsCast recordings of other Event Store related talks for and by the Skills Matter community can be found 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.
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Event Store and NServiceBus
Szymon Pobiega is a principal consultant working for Infusion. If there was any agreement on what does it mean to be a software architect, Szymon would probably call himself one. Szymon enjoys building software in all the stages of the development lifecycle, from creating a vision, through defining the architecture principles, coding and, finally, smooth and easy production deployment.
Greg Young coined the term "CQRS" (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) and it was instantly picked up by the community who have elaborated upon it ever since.