A software developer who really likes Elixir. Also works as a clarinetist sometimes. Dabbles in guitar and cyber-security. Prefers to move around on a bicycle.
A story about the steady introduction of Elixir services around a legacy monolith, the data synchronization problems that gradually arose from those initial attempts, and a solution that provides reliable event sourcing via capturing and publishing database changes so you can build around the legacy systems towards the future.