.NET food for the brains!

from Pluralcast , on 10/25/2010 , played: 1687 time(s)

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You may have heard of CQRS as an architectural patterns used to build highly scalable apps. Yep, that’s it. In this episode of the Pluralcast you’ll learn how it works. Chris Tavares did a great talk at the recent p&p symposium on CQRS and I just had to corner him backstage to tell us more.

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Chris Tavares is a development lead on the patterns & practices team, producing written and code-based guidance for .NET developers. For the last three years he's been the dev lead on the Enterprise Library project. As part of that role, Chris is the primary author of the Unity dependency injection container. Prior to joining Microsoft, Chris was a trainer, consultant and contractor, worked on shrink-wrap software in several industries, and even did a short stint with embedded systems for the Navy.

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