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  • CQRS - The Cult of Shiny Things

    CQRS has become another casualty of the buzzword culture and the cult of 'shiny things' What started as a collection of some reasonably good principles has now turned into an almost religious mantra for some, with more and more outrageous claims, and almost no basis in fact or experience. Scalability...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 10-28-2010
    Filed under: Rants, DDD, cqrs
  • My Objective Today is to Make You Think

    "Maybe There is a Better Way" I recently presented at DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper in Sydney, and although my talk was Stuff About CQRS, I opened with the slide My Object Today Is to Make You Think ... 'Maybe There is a Better Way' ( slides here ) The real focus of this was around how...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 07-18-2010
    Filed under: Rants, Architecture, DDD, cqrs
  • ThinkDDD Resource Site

    For a while now I have been wanting to replace the creaking DDDStepByStep.com site - I originally set it up using Community Server, but it soon became obvious after deployment that CS just wasn't up to the job - the server regularly ran out of resources just running the vanilla product and became...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 05-03-2010
    Filed under: DDD, Domain Driven Design
  • Better Application Services and CQS using S#arp Architecture 1.0 Q3 2009

    Updated 2010.03.09 to reflect small modifications that were decided through subsequent discussions on S#arp forum and other DDD posts. Obviously, S#arp Architecture is the bee's knees when it comes to developing ASP.NET MVC applications. ;) But as a project evolves and gets larger, "out of the...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 03-05-2010
    Filed under: Architecture, S#arp Architecture, DDD
  • Solving Complexity with Message Based Architectures

    Ultimately most complexity in software comes not from the requirements, the business logic, or even the underlying systems. Most complexity comes out of a poorly considered and managed architecture, and this is commonly seen in tightly coupled systems that rapidly degrade into Big Balls of Mud. The key...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 02-04-2010
    Filed under: Practices and Principles, Architecture, DDD, SOA
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