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Windows Azure Development: CQRS on Windows Azure

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Learn how Command Query Responsibility Segregation represents a shift from more classic, three-tier application architecture toward a message-based, asynchronous pattern. We walk you through a reservation booking app to demonstrate how CQRS lends itself to Windows Azure development.

Mark Seemann

MSDN Magazine April 2011

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