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Marten: Using Postgresql as a Document Db and Event Store in .Net

Speaker:

Jeremy Miller

Abstract:

Tired of the impedance mismatch between the model your application code wants for behavior and logic and the potentially very different data model that your relational database wants for storage? Scared of NoSQL databases because you’ve always heard that they aren’t transactional, lose your data under load, and lack all the production support tools you need? Fortunately, there’s now the Marten library that allows .Net developers to work with the very robust Postgresql database as a fully ACID-compliant, document database and event store. In this talk, we’ll look at how Marten’s programming model allows developers to be more productive compared to using a more typical ORM tool against a relational database. We’ll also take a look at the integrated event store functionality and how Marten makes event sourcing easier and more manageable in many ways than previous tools.

Bio:

Jeremy Miller is a Senior Software Architect at Calavista Software. Jeremy began his software career writing “Shadow IT” applications to automate his tedious engineering documentation, then wandered into software development because it looked like more fun. Jeremy is heavily involved in open source .NET development as the author of StructureMap, Storyteller, and as the lead developer of Marten. Jeremy occasionally manages to write about various software topics at http://jeremydmiller.com.

Recorded At:

Austin .NET User Group

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