Fighting Bottlenecks with CQRS

CQRS challenges the assumption that reading and writing are supposed to share the same abstractions.

Published on 01 December 2013 by @mathiasverraes

I hadn’t done any presentations or blog posts about Command/Query Responsibility Segregation yet, even though I’ve been working with it for more than year (and have been wanting to use it for another year). Volker Dusch invited me to speak at the first ResearchGate Developer Day in Berlin, and offered me the luxury to choose any SE topic I wanted, I just had to do it.

See the slides on Speakerdeck

Volker gave me a tour of the ResearchGate office. They’re all about sharing scientific research. It’s a fast growing startup, with an awesome culture, and they’re hiring, so check them out.

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