As promised in my previous post, in this article I examine practical aspects related to DDD and, in particular to CQRS and Event Sourcing patterns. The main goal of my experiment is to implement an aggregate according to the Event Sourcing paradigm, and to create a separate read model to feed the pages of a Web application. Before presenting the example, I am going to briefly introduce the main architectural patterns that have been used since DDD launch.
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In this post I explain how to create a .NET Core 2.0 console application which reads, and writes, data from MySQL, and uses Entity Framework Core, and migrations, in order to persist data and manage the DB schema. Furthermore I will show how to use Docker to be able to develop the application independently by the chosen environment. In order to highlight the needed steps, I split the post in this way:
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For those who loves Tolkien, the title could seem uppish. After all, I traveled 7.600 km, much more than Bilbo and fellowship, I met people I could hardly understand, and I talked to a dragon… Ok, the latter is not true, but let me believe so 😃 Jokes aside, I spent the first six months of this year in Indianapolis, USA. In this period, I had the chance to appreciate how lively Indiana’s tech community is.
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Andrea Vallotti

Software enthusiast: architect, developer, and technology scout. Agile addicted. MCSD - App Builder, MCSA - Cloud Platform, CSM, and CSPO. Enjoy in constantly growing while crafting awesome software, and helping others doing the same. More.

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