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This presentation was recorded at GOTO Chicago 2017 http://gotochgo.com Martin Fowler - Author, Speaker, Consultant and General Loud-mouth on Software Development ABSTRACT During my career, I've often people heard people describe their systems as "event-driven". But when looking deeper that phrase seems to lead to some very different architectural assumptions. On a recent workshop we identified four different patterns [...] Read the full abstract here: https://gotochgo.com/2017/sessions/47 https://twitter.com/gotochgo https://www.facebook.com/GOTOConference http://gotocon.com
For full courses see: http://complexitylabs.io/courses/ Overview to Event Driven Architecture(EDA) in the design of complex systems Twitter: https://goo.gl/Nu6Qap Facebook: https://goo.gl/ggxGMT LinkedIn:https://goo.gl/3v1vwF Transcription: Complex systems are inherently dynamic systems, schools of fish, transportation systems, social networks and financial markets are examples of complex systems that are constantly changing, change is the norm. When systems reach this critical level of dynamism we have to change our way of modelling and designing them. It is now no-longer the static structural properties in space that define them but increasingly the systems relations in time that come to define how it functions. The appropriate systems architecture for this inherent dynamic nature to ...
Event-driven programming summary
Event-driven programming, a programming paradigm that seems simple on the surface, but actually contain many huge abstractions that make things easier for us! Event driven paradigms help us write code that will be run when certain events are fired. The programming language or framework used can help in watching raw user input and generating these events, stopping us from having to worry at all about them. With a bit of creative use, event driven programming and its associated concept, callbacks, can even help us with operations like continuous and delayed operations. = 0612 TV = 0612 TV, a sub-project of NERDfirst.net, is an educational YouTube channel. Started in 2008, we have now covered a wide range of topics, from areas such as Programming, Algorithms and Computing Theories, Compute...
This episode gives an introduction to event-driven software architectures. For more information see https://blog.sebastian-daschner.com/entries/event_sourcing_cqrs_video_course
A basic explanation of Polling vs. Event-Driven programming with "real life events". This video was made on a lazy Sunday afternoon for students of the Rice University Coursera course "An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python". The example code is available here: http://www.codeskulptor.org/#user21_cS4to8aiEYSeY6f.py
In this video you will see a simple template which you can use to write a simple state machine that handles UI and user events. Additional resources: http://bit.ly/1eEoi6B
Hey hey hey! - Back with a new tutorial and also trying something new! Sorry it's taken so long. I've been at college and busy with other projects! If you like this one then gimme a like OR if you think it could be improved in the future, drop a comment! Or better yet, PM me! Enjoy!
In this lesson we demonstrate how events are utilized in the .NET Framework Class Library specific to WPF and ASP.NET Web Forms applications. In these examples, we see how C# is generated by the IDE to "wire up" a user action or application event to the code that handles that event. The point is that there's a pattern to how .NET works with events and how events drive most Graphical User Interface based applications.
Game Demo: 0:13 TJUG Intro: 2:00 Main presentation: 10:20 http://www.meetup.com/Toronto-Java-Users-Group/events/229066387/ This month, Marius Bogoevici will present Event-driven microservices with Spring Cloud. The future of scalable data proccessing is event-driven microservices! They provide a powerful paradigm that solves issues typically associated with distributed applications such as availability, data consistency, or communication complexity, and allows the creation of sophisticated and extensible data processing pipelines. Building on the ease of development and deployment provided by Spring Boot and the cloud native capabilities of Spring Cloud, the Spring Cloud Stream project provides a simple and powerful framework for creating event-driven microservices. They make it easy ...
**Note: If you are having problems with running the turtle module, you may want to view my video here http://youtu.be/iFCq6Xy2jYs Concepts: Basics of Event Driven Programming with the Turtle Module Event Handlers Binding key presses to Event Handlers