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Event Sourcing in .NET Core – part 4: query models

Hi All! Welcome to the fourth part of the series about Event Sourcing. This time we’ll see how we can leverage the events to refresh our Query Models. The last time we saw how we can make use of a message queue to publish domain events to other interested parties. As I mentioned last time, […]

Write integration tests on MongoDB with .NET Core and Docker

Hi All! In this post, we’re going to explore a simple but effective way to write integration tests on MongoDB using .NET Core and Docker. A while ago I wrote a small series about Unit Testing on MongoDB. A lot has changed since then and I also received few requests to add more details. To […]

Event Sourcing in .NET Core – part 2: storing events

And here we are for the second part of the Event Sourcing series. Last time we introduced the main idea and some of its benefits. This time we’ll see how we can start storing events in our system. As usual, I have prepared a small demo, modeled around the banking example I depicted in part […]

#hashtags just landed on #Barfer!

Yeah I know, I blogged yesterday. I probably have too much spare time these days (my wife is abroad for a while) and Barfer has become some kind of obsession. You don’t know what Barfer is? Well go immediately check my last article. Don’t worry, I’ll wait here. So the new shiny things are #hashtags! Yeah, […]

I’m becoming a Barfer!

More than a month! My last post on this blog was more than one month ago. I should write more often. No wait let me rephrase that: I should write on this blog more often. Why? How I spent my last month? Barfing, here’s how! Ok, let’s add more details. A while ago I decided it […]

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