CQRS Journey – first pseudo-production release

As part of our CQRS Journey we plan to have several pseudo-production releases so that we can explore the real-world issues of data-versioning and software updates in an application that implements the CQRS pattern in several bounded contexts.

Last week we released the first of these pseudo-production releases: Contoso Conference Management System (V1).



For more information about the current release, please see this announcement.

Over the next few weeks we plan more pseudo-production releases and as we go through them we will be describing our experiences in the guidance documentation.

Please download the code, play with the app and/or review the latest draft of the guide. We’ll be happy to hear your feedback!

On to V2 now…

Comments (3)
  1. Yaz says:

    Just downloaded the code from github, I opened the conference solution and the project Conference.Azure  coiuld not be opened with VS 2010!

    Could you tell me how can I solve this problem.



  2. @Yaz

    That's probably because you don't have Windows Azure SDK installed (http://www.windowsazure.com/…/downloads).

    Nevertheless, you can still ignore that project and run the app by setting multiple startup projects which are:

    – Conference.Web.Public

    – Conference.Web.Admin


    – WorkerRoleCommandProcessor


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