Event Sourcing Live

Steph Gill  |  20 September 2021


Event Sourcing Live is taking place virtually from 7-8 October 2021. Everyone at Event Store is excited about the conference. Event Sourcing Live is the world's leading conference on Event Sourcing, CQRS, Event-Driven Architecture, and related topics.

Event Store is proud to be a sponsor for the conference, showcasing the latest developments in Event Sourcing. We are raffling three free tickets for the conference, so if you want a chance of going to the conference, enter here!


Two members of the Event Store team are speaking at Event Store Live. Chris Condron is giving three talks at Event Sourcing Live. The first is 'Process Managers Made Simple', answering the question "what is a process manager, and why do I need one?".

The second talk is on 'Data Modeling in an Event Centric World'. This fascinating talk will explain that the traditional data models don't have to be lost when thinking about events. 

The third talk Chris is giving is 'Data on the Inside: Understanding large scale system design in Event-Driven Systems'. This talk will discuss the importance of correctly separating public and private data, and how essential this is to Event-Driven Systems.


oskar-dudycz Oskar Dudycz is giving a talk (or perhaps anti-talk) on how to build the worst Event Sourcing system ever! Learn what not to do and why not to do it from Oskar.

There will also be an Event Store booth at the conference, where there will be someone available to answer your questions and talk to you about Event Store. Our Head of Developer Advocacy Mat Mcloughlin will be giving a short introduction to Event Store Cloud. He'll demonstrate how easy it is to set up, including setting up a peering network and provisioning a new cluster.

We look forward to seeing you at Event Sourcing Live, and catching up with the latest in Event Sourcing, CQRS, and more.

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Steph Gill is Community Engager at Event Store. She lives in Somerset, UK and spends her spare time gaming and walking across the Mendips.