Onion Architecture for Distributed Systems at Austin Code Camp, 2013

Kudos to the Austin .Net User Group for organizing another Code Camp!  I have submitted a very interesting talk (in my opinion). It is Onion Architecture for Distributed Systems.

Abstract:

Onion Architecture is an architectural pattern for keeping libraries and dependencies on the extremities of a software system while building a strong and cohesive system core.  Distributed systems like those that leverage NServiceBus and Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) products have characteristics that challenge layering principles of non-distributed systems.  This session will show how to properly structure and layer a .Net/C# software system that makes use of Onion Architecture, NServiceBus, and ASP.NET MVC.  The target audience for this session is:  C#, architect, senior engineer, team leads/lead developers.

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If you are interested in speaking at the Code Camp, please submit a talk.  http://codecamp13.adnug.org/speakers.html

Comments

Stif said on 7.22.2013 at 8:07 AM

Sounds really interesting! I would love to see/hear your thoughts on that subject. Won't be able to make it to code camp though. Will the sessions be put online afterwards?

Ryan Vice said on 8.20.2013 at 2:35 PM

Great talk Jeffery! Thanks for putting it together!