It was a very cool workshop with clear examples and rules of using CQRS. Even for Senior Developers it was very interesting to see and to structure the information about ES/CQRS. There was also a nice assistance from James Titcumb. However, the most interesting part with projections was very quick because of time limits.
@dennisluitwieler Could you please describe what were your expecting in my talk?
I want to change my slides to include an additional information. Unfortunately AOP is a very complex technology and my purpose was to deliver it as easy as possible. Do you remember my question about "who knows something about cross-cutting concerns"? Only one person raised his hand. Compare this to the moment when I asked about the tangled code example, almost everyone raised his hand. So, I was right not to include a very complex things into my talk.
Please, consider to use typographic fonts and black-on-white color scheme for code examples. It was very uncomfortable to watch your slides.
Talk was a little bit monotonous without highlights, kind of informational one.
CQRS principles were presented and described well.