In this talk, Alex shows us how to progress from the traditional repository / service layered architecture into a Command Query Separated structure and benefit from smaller, testable bits of code in your application. We'll take a look at what a typical monolith looks like - you've probably got some in your codebase already. Then we'll talk about how we could improve this, using CQS, facilitated by Mediatr. Finally, we'll take an existing application, which uses a typical repository / service architecture, and begin to break this out into commands and queries, and see immediate reward.
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Alex Brown: Mashing monoliths into manageable modules, with Mediatr
Alex Brown is a software engineer with a strong interest in writing as little (tested) code as possible to get the job done. More recently, has been interested in testing and adopting new technologies.