'An introduction to Domain-Driven Design, with examples from Entity Framework Core'.
Eric Evans book Domain-Driven Design (DDD) says on page 4 "The heart of software is its ability to solve domain-related (business-related) problems for the users.”. But for us developers it’s sometimes hard to see where and how to apply DDD in our projects. In this talk Jon will give you examples of how he has applied DDD in real-world applications, especially using Entity Framework Core, with his impressions of how hard/useful each DDD feature is to use.
'Using an event-driven architecture with Entity Framework Core'.
Following on from the first talk Jon will describe an event-driven architecture where events are used to execute business logic/database updates in an application using Entity Framework Core. Jon has been using such an event-driven design for one of his clients, so he can talk first-hand about the good and bad parts of this approach.
Jon Smith is an Independent back-end senior developer with special focus the .NET Core and Azure. He wrote book "Entity Framework Core in Action” and author of series on ASP.NET Core authorisation, which he spoke about at NDC OSLO 2019. His tech blog can be found at https://www.thereformedprogrammer.net/.