SkillsCast coming soon.
Event Sourcing is a Time model and a persistence technique consisting in saving system events instead of its state. But newcomers are often concerned by the difficulty of implementing it.
By writing a complete sample ready to run in production, we'll see how functional programming make it crystal clear; how F# expressivity in this perspective is a bliss, giving birth to purely Domain Oriented code.
Attendees should be already able to write F# code, however it will be OK if interested beginners pair with more experienced attendees.
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