CQRS Presentation, Chicago Alt.NET, 1/13/2010

This should help clear up the upcoming blog posts.  I hope.  Registration here.

Update: video and slide deck here.

Marketing blurb:

Jdn presents "CQRS in roughly an hour or so"

6:00 pm
Pizza and networking time

6:30 pm

After his well-received presentation of Inversion of Control, Jdn is back to explain CQRS, a design principle that, when well understood and applied, can do great things for complex, multi-user applications.

CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) is a design/pattern/architecture where the responsibilities of processing commands and queries are segregated into distinct parts of the system. By designing systems that explicitly model state transitions and are built around notions of eventual consistency, you can gain scalability and business acumen, and fashion the parts of your systems more intelligently to the tasks at hand.

John Nuechterlein (a.k.a. Jdn) is an independent software consultant that has been in this industry for many years. He's a long standing member and one of the founders of the Chicago ALT.NET user group.

posted on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 7:56 PM Print
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