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Event Sourcing from the Trenches: Mixed Feelings

2 minute read

While visiting QCon New York this year, I realized that a lot of the architectural problems that were discussed there could benefit from the Event Sourcing architecture style. Since I've been in charge of architecting such a system for several years now, I started to reflect on the work we've don...

June 21, 2016

Event Sourcing from the Trenches: Projections

4 minute read

While visiting QCon New York this year, I realized that a lot of the architectural problems that were discussed there could benefit from the Event Sourcing architecture style. Since I've been in charge of architecting such a system for several years now, I started to reflect on the work we've don...

June 20, 2016

Event Sourcing from the Trenches: Domain Events

4 minute read

While visiting QCon New York this year, I realized that a lot of the architectural problems that were discussed there, could benefit from the Event Sourcing architecture style. Since I've been in charge of architecting such a system for several years now, I started to reflect on the work we've do...

June 17, 2016

Event Sourcing from the Trenches: Aggregates

3 minute read

While visiting QCon New York this year, I realized that a lot of the architectural problems that were discussed there could benefit from the Event Sourcing architecture style. Since I've been in charge of architecting such a system for several years now, I started to reflect on the work we've don...

June 16, 2016

How to optimize your culture for learning, growth and collaboration

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At the first day of QCon New York, I attended several talks and open-spaces that had some relation with culture, be it about improving the efficiency of developers, handling disagreement in respectful way, and creating an environment that embraces the learning experience. For instance, one of th...

June 14, 2016