Event Store are proud to be sponsoring the Virtual Developers Conference again this year! Four of our team are giving talks which you can watch online for free, and there some other great topics on the schedule so do go and check it out. You can find details below of the stream links and time slots for the talks from Event Store engineers. To see the full schedule visit the conference website. Event Store talks...
It's safe to say that documentation has not been a strong point of Event Store for some time now. Gaps in the API documentation and limited guidance on best practices often made it difficult for people to get started using EventStoreDB. Beginning now, we are going to be working hard to provide more comprehensive documentation on the most recent versions of our client and servers.
Have you ever wanted to know more about how EventStoreDB works or what goes on "under the hood"? Here's your chance for you to ask questions about the technical side of EventStoreDB server and database technology. With James Geall (VP of Engineering) and Mat McLoughlin (Head of Product) from Event Store.
A few years ago when I was I was just learning about CQRS and Event Sourcing I read the transcript of a fantastic talk by Martin Kleppman called Turning the Database Inside Out with Apache Samza (https://www.confluent.io/blog/turning-the-database-inside-out-with-apache-samza/). At the time I found it mind blowing, and actually still do several years later. I recommend reading or watching Martin’s content on this subject. In this article I would like to summarize my understanding of his points and make the case that what Martin describes is a description of the CQRS/Event Sourcing view of the world described from a database perspective.
Managing state of Microsoft Orleans Virtual Actors with Event Store
A chance for you to ask questions about EventStoreDB, Event Sourcing, CQRS and DDD. With Mat McLoughlin (Head of Product) and Alexey Zimarev (Developer Advocate) from Event Store.
We made it! Event Store Cloud is now in Early Access. In this post, we will share some information about what we have built and what decisions allowed us to execute at a rapid pace with a small team.
In the latest version of EventStoreDB we brought out a new feature, server-side filtering. This feature allows you to pass a filter when querying EventStoreDB so that it will only return events that you asked for.
Event Store is pleased to announce the open-sourcing of a new supported GRPC-based Java client for EventStoreDB. Releasing the new EventStoreDB Java client is representative of Event Store’s intent to have fully supported, first-class clients for every major platform.
CQRS stands for _Command-Query Segregation Principle_. Greg Young described (and named) the pattern thoroughly in 2010, but the idea existed way before that time