Most business apps are created around reading and editing a data model. Take away the details and this is what most of us spend our days doing. Create, read, update, delete.
Dan Nemesek and Andy Lines will introduce us to a new take on this common task. Join us as they present the Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) pattern, which separates the model used to update information from the one used to read it. This is an interesting approach that may provide an immediate benefit to your next project. We'll learn about what the pattern entails, when it should (and shouldn't) be used, and will see an example implementation.