Monthly Archives: June 2012

Eventual consistency, CQRS and interaction design

Gabriel Schenker’s excellent series of posts on “How we got rid of the database” offers a great insight on the benefits of a CQRS/ES application. One of the problems often seen with designing user interfaces that introduce eventual consistency into … Continue reading 

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Using posh-git and posh-hg together

I use both Git and Mercurial for projects, as well as Powershell as a console for both. Both source control systems have awesome plugins in posh-git and posh-hg that provide nice statuses, tab expansions and so on. However, they don’t … Continue reading 

Posted in git, Mercurial | 3 Comments

NDC 2012 presentations posted

Slides and code are up for my talks at NDC 2012: Building External DSLs Crafting Wicked Domain Models NDC also recorded the talks, so when those get released I’ll update this post with the videos as well. Videos below! Watch … Continue reading 

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