Thursday, 26 November 2009

Follow-up - Recording of Mark Nijhof on CQRS @ E-VAN 18 November 2009

We have to admit that the quality of the recording we uploaded last week wasn’t that great. Apparently, Office Live Meeting did trick us in the end with the resolution Mark used during the presentation. Thankfully, Mark Jennes who is a colleague of mine, patiently recorded last week’s session using Camtasia. We had some issues getting it uploaded on Vimeo this time. The quality of the recording you can watch online is better than last week’s but it isn’t that great either. But you can download the original file used for uploading by just logging in.

Mark Nijhof on CQRS Sample @ E-VAN 18 November 2009

The trick is to download the original file that we used for uploading. So you just have to log on (or register if you don’t have an account) and download the original recording in the right down corner. The quality of the original recording is way better.

So, enjoy!

Thursday, 19 November 2009

Recording of Mark Nijhof on CQRS @ E-VAN 18 November 2009

Update 26 November 2009: Also check out this follow-up post.

Mark Nijhof talked about the concepts behind the Command Query Responsibility Segregation while walking through the code of his CQRS sample application. It was good to finally see a concrete implementation on the architectural styles that Greg Young and Udi Dahan talked about in the previous sessions. The people who attended were able to ask their questions during the presentation. We hope that this helped them a lot in getting a better understanding of CQRS principles. We believe that Mark did a tremendous job and went into a great deal of effort to make this all more understandable.

For those who missed the presentation, the recording is now available on Vimeo:

Mark Nijhof on CQRS Sample @ E-VAN 18 November 2009

Unfortunately, the quality of the recording is not that good so you can also have a look at the original OLM recordings as well.

Details of the next E-VAN presentation will be posted shortly, so stay tuned.