Krakow, Poland, 25 - 27 August 2021
For over 14 years, I have been creating IT systems close to the business. I started my career when StackOverflow didn't exist yet. I am a programmer, technical leader, architect. I like to create well-thought-out systems, tools and frameworks that are used in production and make people's lives easier. I believe Event Sourcing, CQRS, and in general, Event-Driven Architectures are a good foundation by which this can be achieved. Working at OSS and sharing knowledge is a great motivation for me. I am currently working as DevAdvocate in the Event Store helping to develop a unique database product in which events are first-class citizens. I am also a co-maintainer of the .NET Marten library, which allows you to turn Postgres into a document base and event store.
The Light and The Dark Side of the Event-Driven DesignConference
Recently Event-Driven Design became one of the most popular Buzz Words. This approach is shown as the model way of the modern, scalable systems. I'll play the devil's advocate and show in practice what may go wrong. I'll show that this experience may be painful. I'll tell of how you may end up with distributed monolith and the concrete tips on how to prevent that. I'll explain all those enigmatic terms as idempotency, eventual consistency, at least once delivery, etc. I'll bust few myths and show facts without evangelisation. All of that will be flavoured with a dose of the healthy pragmatism.
Scheduled on Thursday from 11:40 to 12:30 in Room 2