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Video: getting started with event sourcing in Laravel

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 2 minute read

The last few months I gave a talk on how to get started with event sourcing at several conferences and user groups. I took the time to record the talk at home. It's now published on YouTube so everybody can enjoy it.

The video below is targeted at newcomers to event sourcing. We'll first explain a bit of theory before diving in with pratical examples on how to use laravel-event-projector. Enjoy!

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