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Some experimental infrastructure for IronMQ pull

[...] overview of the components looks like this. A queue host hosts multiple queue consumers. Each queue consumer will poll a queue for one type of message on a configurable interval, and dispatch dequeued [...]

Some experimental infrastructure for IronMQ pull

[...] overview of the components looks like this. A queue host hosts multiple queue consumers. Each queue consumer will poll a queue for one type of message on a configurable interval, and dispatch dequeued [...]

Putting my IronMQ experiment under stress

[...] to be higher though. The constraint in this story is the CLR's thread pool. Every time a queue consumer's internal timer ticks, the callback which pulls from the queue and invokes the [...]

Putting my IronMQ experiment under stress

[...] to be higher though. The constraint in this story is the CLR's thread pool. Every time a queue consumer's internal timer ticks, the callback which pulls from the queue and invokes the [...]

An event store with optimistic concurrency

[...] process." To prevent concurrent file access, we can lock code accessing the aggregate's event stream. Instead of using a global lock, we maintain a dictionary of lock objects; one lock object per [...]

Event projections

[...] models. An interface for a projection could look like this. A projection takes in an event stream, and projects it to some read model. A read model can be anything; a cache, a document [...]

Hot aggregate detection using F#

[...] of activity, or I could have a little function analyze the event streams for me. Looking at an event stream, we can identify a hot aggregate by having a lot of events in a short window of time. Let's [...]

An event store

[...] systems. There are three things a minimalistic event store should be able to do: Store a new event stream  Append to an existing event stream Retrieve an existing event stream An interface for [...]

Read an Event Store stream as a sequence of slices using F#

[...] , I guess I'll be putting out more technical bits here in the next few weeks. Using the Event Store, I tried to read all events of a specific event type. This stream turned out to be a tad too [...]

Eventual consistent domain events with RavenDB and IronMQ

[...] to enable handling domain events in an eventual consistent fashion. Using RavenDB as an event store, the Changes API as an event listener, and IronMQ for queuing, we landed a rather light-weight [...]

Adding the R to CQS: some storage options

[...] journaling and adding some interception. Storage wise, you store all the event streams in an event store, which is optimized for such a task. Your read side can again be whatever you fancy. These [...]

Event source all the things?

[...] , helping you to capture the true essence of a domain model. Building and maintaining an event store should be doable. It's an append-only data model, storing serialized DTO's with some meta [...]

My understanding of event sourcing

[...] sequence of events that caused them to be in the current state. In traditional systems, every time a change happens, we retrieve the old state, mutate it, [...]

An event sourced aggregate

[...] by implementing an event sourced aggregate. In traditional systems, we only persist the current state of an object. In event sourced systems, we don't persist the current state of an object, but [...]

Modeling the four-eye principle

[...] trying to support this concept. A request is actually a template. It will always contain the current state, and some meta data concerning previous state transitions, but the actual content is generic. [...]

Modeling the four-eye principle

[...] trying to support this concept. A request is actually a template. It will always contain the current state, and some meta data concerning previous state transitions, but the actual content is generic. [...]

When your commands spell CUD

[...] needs attention Possibly, your team hasn't fully grasped the power of cultivating the ubiquitous language. If you start listening to your domain experts, you might end up with totally different [...]

DDDBE slides on the Ubiquitous Language

[...] did a DDDBE session on the strategic side of Domain Driven Design. My talk covered the Ubiquitous Language, and can be found on Slideshare or embedded below. I might end up writing down the content [...]

Slides from my talk on the Ubiquitous Language

[...] way in less than twelve minutes. That's why I started over, focusing on the ubiquitous language alone. You can find my slides embedded below or on Slideshare.       & [...]

IDDD Tour notes (1/2)

[...] an attractive compromise. Defining a bounded context A bounded context is where one ubiquitous language is consistent. This is by far the simplest definition of a bounded context. Bounded [...]

The first DDDBE Modellathon

[...] of it too, post-its and markers. Mathias and Stijn took the lead introducing themselves as domain experts of the day. The domain? The United Schools of Kazachstan. We split up into groups of four, [...]

IDDD Tour notes (1/2)

[...] other parts of the system. Another brick in the wall Break down that paper wall between domain experts and developers. Learn the favorite coffee of the domain expert. Lots of organizations still [...]

Not about the UI and the database

[...] you are solving. The model gives you an opportunity to learn from and to communicate with domain experts, peers and users. And that's exactly where most businesses make the difference, not by having [...]

Actor Model in COBOL

[...] complex systems. Once they are well educated on the constraints, it must come natural for domain experts as well. Having worked with a team of mainframe programmers over the last year, it recently [...]

Designing entities: immutability first

[...] since that bloated constructor is all up in your face. Let's go ahead and extract two value objects: name and address. There, that looks better. Tell, don't ask In good OOP we tell objects what [...]

Designing entities: immutability first

[...] . We also expect its birth date not to be in the future. Composition and extracting value objects I'm fairly confident that every self-respecting programmer is annoyed by the fact that the [...]

Tests as part of your code

[...] religious about avoiding structures to ever be in an invalid state. Preconditions, invariants, value objects and immutability were key. One of the things we had to do with these structures was writing [...]

Accidental entities - you don't need that identity

[...] An entity is identified by an identifier, while value objects are identified by their value. If I make a living renting cars to tourists, I might not care [...]

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Some experimental infrastructure for IronMQ pull

[...] overview of the components looks like this. A queue host hosts multiple queue consumers. Each queue consumer will poll a queue for one type of message on a configurable interval, and dispatch dequeued [...]

Some experimental infrastructure for IronMQ pull

[...] overview of the components looks like this. A queue host hosts multiple queue consumers. Each queue consumer will poll a queue for one type of message on a configurable interval, and dispatch dequeued [...]

Putting my IronMQ experiment under stress

[...] to be higher though. The constraint in this story is the CLR's thread pool. Every time a queue consumer's internal timer ticks, the callback which pulls from the queue and invokes the [...]

Putting my IronMQ experiment under stress

[...] to be higher though. The constraint in this story is the CLR's thread pool. Every time a queue consumer's internal timer ticks, the callback which pulls from the queue and invokes the [...]

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