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P&P Symposium 2010 - The Commmand Query Separation Pattern - Chris Tavares

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The Command Query Separation Pattern | Chris Tavares

CQRS. A confusing jumble of letters? Well, yes, but it's also an architectural pattern which is rapidly gaining popularity today. It promises much better scalability and easier development that existing approaches. In this talk we'll look at what CQRS is, how it lives up to the promises, and what kinds of systems would benefit from this approach.


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  • ChevalN2Cheval Why not null?

    I really liked how Chris presented this talk. While CQRS not directly applicable to my current projects, it does make me consider other options in their evolution.

  • ShravanShravan

    Elegently described talk on this topic. I knew this design but didn't know it has a name making it easier to refer and remember.

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