Special guest Greg Young on Tue, Aug 13th

ALT.NET Atlanta Pragmatic Programmers
13-14 Aug 2013 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Atlanta, US

Greg Young is visiting Atlanta for a few days, and we're excited that he's agreed to give a talk to our group! It will be Tuesday, August 13th, and will either be at VersionOne's Alpharetta office or the downtown location. Stay tuned for confirmation on the location.

About Greg Young:

Greg is well-known in the .NET community and beyond for his innovations regarding Command and Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS), Event Sourcing, and Domain-Driven Design.

He is the lead architect and designer of Event Store, a product he and his team launched last year. Event Store is "The open-source, functional database with Complex Event Processing in JavaScript". You can see him announce the launch and demo how it works in this recorded talk.

In addition to the hours and hours of free material, open-source code, and blogging Greg has done to benefit the community, he has taught his very popular CQRS, Domain Events, & DDD class for four years. But, he recently decided to offer it as a professionally recorded video to meet the exploding demands for it. He offers it with individual and corporate licenses, and with a limited time 40% off discount right now. This gives many of us a very affordable way to both learn these concepts at our own pace, and to thank Greg for his contributions to our community.

He's working on a book named Event Centric: Finding Simplicity in Complex Systems, and he blogs at GoodEnoughSoftware.net.

Seeking your input for his visit:

Greg's visit is very timely as we continue our Implementing Domain-Driven Design book study. So, what are some things you'd like to have him discuss with us?


You can view many of his previous talks here:


And, a couple more from YouTube:

CQRS & DDD: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXqrBySgX-s
8 Hour CQRS Course: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whCk1Q87_ZI

CQRS Journey: Microsoft patterns & practices community project on CQRS, with Greg Young's forward

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