I always enjoy watch Greg Young’s presentations. This one, from DDD-Europe 2016, is very interesting as a retrospect of the changes DDD, CQRS and Event Sourcing have permitted in how modeling problems are attacked and solved with these techniques, and what we can expect in the future.
Beth Skurrie‘s “Pacts to The Rescue” presentation at Sydney API Days 2015 is worth the watch to get an overview of Consumer-Driven-Contracts and the use of Pact to implement it. One thing I was missing, and that I hadn’t seen yet till watching this, was the Pact-Broker – a centralized service to publish pacts to and consume them in the service providers. A .Net implementation of the broker would also be nice, just to simplify integration, modification and ramp-up. I don’t know of any implementation, but at least there is Pact-net to use pacts in a .Net codebase, provided by SEEK-jobs.
Chris Angove talks about how spotify helps engineers pave their path in their careers. A great example for others to consider, be it from the company perspective, or the engineer’s perspective.
Great talk from Caolite O’Conner about domain-driven microservice development. Some great take-aways for me where the aggregation services and the API versioning schemes.
I’m a fan of InfoQ’s material. Here’s a recent one with Greg Young worth watching:
(note: I’ll try to start posting things worth watching with this title / tag)