Recording - Fast Lane Axon Framework online training

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2 hour hands-on Axon training

In the recording of this free 2 hour hands-on training we will provide a quick introduction into the basics of Axon. The trainer is Yvonne Ceelie, developer at AxonIQ.

The goal

The goal of this training is to teach you how to develop an application using Axon. After a general overview of the architectural principles we deep dive into the basics of the Axon Framework. You'll be provided with some practical examples during the presentation.

During the hands-on session you can take your first steps on actually implementing a small application using Axon Framework.

In doing so, the following topics will be discussed:

  • Domain-Driven Design (DDD);
  • Command-Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS);
  • Event Sourcing;
  • Axon Framework Fundamentals such as
    Command Handling & Aggregate Design as well as Event Handling & Query Models

Bonus! 

Also check out the live coding session by Steven van Beelen, lead developer of Axon Framework to get a hands-on Axon example. You will see a link to this second recording once you register on this page.

How to put this in practice for your project?

Download the files from: https://github.com/AxonIQ/axon-quick-start.
You also need Axon Server: Download Axon Server.

Why do I need to register? 

We try to help developers and software architects as best as we can to help you to be succesful with your Axon project(s). When you register, your details will be shared with our developer team to help out. Please let us know if you have any questions already so that our team can help you.



Other trainings

Full Axon Training Program 

Do you want to deepen your knowledge concerning the concepts of event-driven microservices, DDD, CQRS and how Axon supports this journey? This is your opportunity to learn from lead developers from Axon.
During this 8 days, 2 hours per day, instructor-led online course, they will share the knowledge they have been building up for a decade since the launch of the Axon Framework in 2010.

More information about the Full Axon Training Program