The theory behind CQRS and Event Sourcing is easy. Actually implementing it isn’t. In this series, I will show you the different components that are required in a CQRS/ES system. Each post is accompanied by code examples, based on actual code that is being used in a product I developed.

Implementing CQRS/ES in .NET

CQRS (command and query responsibility segregation) and ES (event sourcing) are two patterns that are easily explained, but not so easily implemented. The patterns are gaining traction and often come together. But many developers have been trained in a classic CRUD way, and don’t always know where to begin. In this series, I’ll not only […]

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