Thursday, December 1, 2016
Friday, August 26, 2016
From time to time I try to rethink the architecture of an application I work on, do some sanity check, find hidden things which were not realized before, make them explicit.
During last such procedure, I have identified the following building blocks for CQRS app.
CQRS application consists of at least several independently running processes,
- a process for making action on business domain
- a reaction to that action through backend workflow process (hosting sagas or process managers)
- a separate process for building a read model
You want to be able to easily host those independent functionalities in one or more processes, configure them to work cooperatively, and do this in response to business needs - there are different clients, many bounded contexts, many environments, many infrastructure variations
So the pain I was feeling is how to effectively bootstrap a process and explain it how to cooperate with other processes in a big picture.
At this stage I identified four groups for functional units I call features or modules.
Those groups are:
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
I created small extension for Visual Studio 2015, allowing to write .proto files with Google Protobuf definitions, and generating C# code on save. The extension is really a custom tool for .proto files.
The code is available on github
To use it -
- clone the repo,
- build the solution
- navigate to bin\Debug\ and run ProtobufCSharp.vsix
- run Visual Studio 2015, and enjoy