Category: Architecture

  • Architecture Spotlight: Event Sourcing – Part Two

    Architecture Spotlight: Event Sourcing – Part Two

    Stuart Bingë | 6 August 2020

    Where We Left Off Previously In the previous architecture spotlight entry, we discussed Event Sourcing and illustrated the concept with a simple banking account example. We laid out many of its pros and cons to help readers decide if the pattern would be useful to them. In this post, we will be expanding the example

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  • The Importance of Good Software Architecture

    The Importance of Good Software Architecture

    Stuart Bingë | 10 June 2020

    What is Software Architecture? Software architecture is the analysis, thought and design considerations that form the foundational scaffolding for a successful software system. If you write software for work or as a hobby, whether you know it or not, you’re already dealing with software architecture and the processes of making architectural decisions within your applications.

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  • Architecture Spotlight: Event Sourcing

    Architecture Spotlight: Event Sourcing

    Stuart Bingë | 2 April 2020

    Event sourcing is a powerful architectural pattern that records all changes made to an application’s state, in the sequence in which the changes were originally applied. This sequence serves as both the system of record where current state can be sourced from, as well as an audit log of everything that happened within the application

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