When it comes to the events, the big debate is about the contents of its body. Some devs argue that events should carry the complete load with it, I am calling them Fat Events in this blog. And then we have others who believe that events should be lightweight and containing minimum details, hence I… Read More Events: Fat or Thin
Furthermore to my previous post where I tried to compare events and commands, here I am presenting a scenario where they complement each other. As discussed, both of them are types of the messages and used for different purposes; while event messages are a backbone of the event-driven system, I believe that commands can add… Read More Events Love Commands
Domain Driven Design (DDD) is the widely accepted and proven pattern to build applications dealing with complex domains. Not many applications manage to maintain the clear boundaries between bounded contexts as they grow bigger. Even if it is realised, the high costs of refactoring discourage to bring things back on track. The cost of refactoring gets… Read More Decouple Entity Framework based monolith to well defined bounded contexts.