Presentation giving a detailed walkthrough of their application architecture and development processes for a large Angular and .NET Event Sourcing application.

Picnic @ ALT.NET Melbourne

Last night at ALT.NET Melbourne the bulk of the development team gave a detailed walkthrough of their application architecture and development processes for a large Angular and .NET Event Sourcing application. The discussion will cover lessons learnt around technical decisions and the evolution of the application.

It was the largest turn out for ALT.NET ever over 100 people, thanks to everyone who came out and all the great questions during and after the presentation.

The session was recorded and is up on the Melbourne ALT.NET YouTube account:

We've also put up the slides only capture, and the audio if you want to see that in more detail - Picnic Software Application Walkthrough ALT.NET Slides & Audio along with just the slides up on SlideShare.

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The views expressed here are solely those of the authors in their private capacity and do not in any way represent the views of the Picnic Software Pty Ltd, or any other associated entity or shareholder. Picnic Software Pty Ltd has not approved, endorsed, embraced, friended, liked, tweeted, google-plused, pinterested, dugg, reddited, hacker-newsed, sanctioned or authorized this presentation.

Andrew Browne discussed the server side implementation and how the application runs on Amazon Web Services.

Matt Walkenhorst discussed our deployment and scalability thanks to Chef, AWS, Team City and Octopus Deploy.

Dave Churchill discussed our permission system and it's migration to Neo4j.

Basarat Syed will talk about the client side architecture, Angular, Node/NPM and Mocha tests. The slides for this section are up here.

Nick Josevski will talk about the feature development process using GitHub; branches and pull requests. Release management with Team City and Octopus.

The audience

The audience

Nick Josevski
Posted by: Nick Josevski  
Last revised: 19 Jan, 2015 06:05 AM
 

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