CQRS: The Example PDF º CQRS: The PDF or Ebook

CQRS: The Example [EPUB] ✷ CQRS: The Example ✼ Mark Nijhof – Thomashillier.co.uk UPDATE I have contracted a copy editor to help me improve the content from a textual perspective, you can expect a new edition soon The digital versons bought via Leanpub or will receive the updated UPDATEI have contracted a copy editor to help me improve the content from a textual perspective, you can expect a new edition soon The digital versons bought via Leanpub or will receive the updated version automatically InI have had the pleasure of spending aday course and many geek beers with Greg Young talking about Domain Driven Design specifically focussed on Command Query Responsibility Segregation CQRSThe example project I created based on these discussions CQRS: The PDF or was very well received by the community and regarded a good reference project to explain and learn the patterns that make up CQRS I decided to add the different blog posts I wrote about the example into a single book so it is easy to find and readThe code can still be found at.


10 thoughts on “CQRS: The Example

  1. Graham Lee Graham Lee says:

    Good content, not the best presentation A going over by a proof reader could make this a great book.


  2. Johnny Johnny says:

    The book starts with a good and thorough introduction on CQRS and where the benefits are The same holds true for domain events and event sourcing Then unfortunately the book is interrupted with a page on Domain State and a few loose blog posts From there on it goes down quickly The blog posts stand on their own and answer specific questions However, in the book those loosely connected parts disturb the reading flow and puzzle the reader Don t get me wrong, the content there is not bad, but The book starts with a good and thorough introduction on CQRS and where the benefits are The same holds true for domain events and event sourcing Then unfortunately the book is interrupted with a page on Domain State and a few loose blog posts From there on it goes down quickly The blog posts stand on their own and answer specific questions However, in the book those loosely connected parts disturb the reading flow and puzzle the reader Don t get me wrong, the content there is not bad, but it looks displaced and as if it was done in a hurry The first two chapters set a tone that those blog posts can t hold up Unfortunately the book continuous with this up and down and adds evenblog posts that lead to evenconfusion In the current form I therefore can t recommend this book


  3. Geert Geert says:

    the first chapter explaining CQRS was very good.the other blog posts are worth a glance.


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