Whatever CRUD means to you, architecturally speaking it is now dead. CRUD is dead? Long live CRUD, then. A more abstract approach to software design and development, summarized by the CQRS/ES acronym, has been around for a quite some time now. Many have coded it already and shared their experience and each did it in a kind of unique and personal way. It’s about time, however, we standardize to a few reusable patterns.
Here’s where “Architecting for the .NET Platform — UX, DDD, Events, Polyglot persistence” fits is.
Three days of SDD Deep Dive are enough to see a few of these CQRS/ES patterns in action within a new framework in development that aims at bringing the same smooth and familiar sense of programming of old CRUD to the next step. Join me then and I promise that in three days you’ll take a tour of the “known” (requirements, estimates, domain analysis, modeling, coding) and how it needs to change in order to remain mainstream and largely used.
Architecting for the .NET Platform — UX, DDD, Events, Polyglot persistence is a 3-day workshop taking place in London 8-10 November 2016. Register now. (Save £200 if within Sept 23).