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Want to learn how to implement N-Tier, Ports and Adapters, CQRS, Pipeline and Event-Driven Architecture into .Net and how you can use lightweight frameworks to increase your agility?
After a few years developing a new system, excitement turns to disappointment as companies end up with a highly-couple big ball of mud. Developers stop wanting to work on the system, and a costly re-write, with little promise of more success. It does not have to be this way. Simple architectural styles can help us to avoid the pitfalls.
In this session we will look at N-Tier, Ports and Adapters, CQRS, Pipeline and Event-Driven Architectures. We'll see how to implement them in .NET including a look at the command processor pattern and messaging patterns for handling message queues seamlessly. We'll see how to ring-fence technology frameworks to allow you to shift between them easily and let them work for you. We'll show you how you can use lightweight frameworks over heavy ones more easily with this approach, and increase your agility. If there is time we will look at ideas such as the Blackboard architectural style as well.
Please Note These are hands on sessions, so please bring a laptop and power leads.
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