Intro to Event-Driven Microservices using DDD, CQRS & Event sourcing

Time: 20:00 PM - 22:00 PM CET (Mar 17, 2021) = 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM EST
Costs: Free

In this 2 hour hands-on webinar one of our developers will provide a quick introduction to the basics.

The goal of this webinar is to teach you how to develop an application using Axon. After a general overview of the architectural principles we will deep dive into the basics of the Axon Framework too. You'll be provided with some practical examples during the presentation. During the hands-on session you can take your first steps on actually implementing a small application using Axon Framework.

In doing so, the following topics will be discussed in short:

  • Domain-Driven Design (DDD)
  • Command-Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS)
  • Event Sourcing
  • Axon Framework Fundamentals

After the first hour of explanation, another hour of hands-on time is given to the attendees. The trainer will be available for questions during this time slot.

For this webinar you’ll need:

A good understanding of Java and Spring

A laptop with the IDE of your choice

Presenters



Vijay Nair

Vijay Nair

Developer Advocate Practical DDD

Vijay is a DDD/CQRS/Event Sourcing enthusiast and frequently writes and presents about them. He is the author of the book "Practical Domain-Driven Design with Enterprise Java" and his website is www.practicalddd.com

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Christian Vermorken

Software engineer AxonIQ

Christian Vermorken in a seasoned software engineer, having worked primarily as a consultant in his career, he has seen various complex domains and helped businesses tackle the complexity both in their domain as well as in their organisations.

In 2016 he came into contact with the Axon Framework and was quickly convinced by the power of concepts such as DDD, CQRS and Event Sourcing. Through the framework, these tools allow a deeper focus on the why and how of software development, something he has always been passionate about, allowing a business to spend their time and energy on the right things.

In early 2018 he joined the team at AxonIQ in order to advise their clients how to implement the Axon Framework in the best possible way.

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