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Why do you need a website?

Why do you need a website?

Today you can have a website for pretty much anything—from crowdfunding campaigns to pet hamster fan pages. But for some reason, many small businesses have been slow to get online, even though websites have been around for over 25 years!

Fortunately, the number of small businesses with professional websites is increasing steadily, from a relative handful ten years ago to about two-thirds today (the numbers vary, depending on the country and survey you look at). Yet that still leaves thousands of businesses behind the times. What’s the holdup?

In surveys, many business owners say they don’t have the skills, the time, or the money to build a business website. But a surprising number say that their business doesn’t need a website, either because it’s not required, or because they use social media instead.

That’s why this post is going to look at some specific reasons why your small business should have its own website. If you’re a small business owner who is still on the fence, beneath a few reasons why you should need one. Read on!

First meeting with the customer

Its the point where you turn up for the first time to a potantial new customer. It is the first date of your company.

Online brochure

Companies spend millions creating brochures and distributing them. By having a website you can skip that entirely. Your potential customers can find out about you and any of your products online. If you get most of your business through networking and personal connections, then they will want to check out your website.

24 hours per day

Your website runs 24/7 without any supervision or need to lock it up. You can always be there for your customers.


The internet has opened up a whole new world of marketing that didn’t exist before. Your website can attract new business by using a whole host of low cost marketing techniques.

 Press releases

I know that sounds a bit far out, but it is true. You can run really cheap press releases online about your business, but to do it you will require a website. In fact, I have had clients who were absolute nobodies get one million views on YouTube because of online press releases.

“Event sourcing” a briljant way to “go back to the future”

“Event sourcing” a briljant way to “go back to the future”

What is event sourcing?

Instead of storing just the current state of the data in a domain, use an append-only store to record the full series of actions taken on that data. The store acts as the system of record and can be used to materialize the domain objects. This can simplify tasks in complex domains, by avoiding the need to synchronize the data model and the business domain, while improving performance, scalability, and responsiveness. It can also give consistency for transactional data, and support full audit trails and history that can enable compensating actions. “Source: Microsoft docs”

Difficult words, isn’t it ? So how do i understand that as a junior. Event sourcing is recording the state from an object, the state in the universe as u can understand. So what can you do with that recording, its like what happened is happened, it’s recorded and can be found back in the history. A blockchain in cryptocurrency is an example ( Read my next post about cryptocurrency). Actually every accountancy is an example, also a shopingcart (digital) like showed in the image bellow.

u see what happened? I’ll explain, if you have a shopping cart see it as a stream. So we are gonna add some events on the stream. Like “Added 2 socks” this is an event that will be added to the stream. On that stream u will have consumers, consumers that are gonna read every event on the stream. If the event does have an effect on his job or task, then it will trigger a handler. Like the stock manager knows now that there are going to be 2 socks sold. Idem about the next event that has “Added 4 shirts” now he know’s that there are 4 shirts to be sold. The next event will remove 2 socks that you added earlier, you don’t delete the event cause the event has happened. You just counter it, the next event is “shipping information added” here will the shipping manager know where to send the bought stuff to. Like i told earlier is that you will have consumers. Let’s talk a bit more about that.

Consumers are reading the stream. What can an example be like here above u have like the stock manager and the shipping manager. Every consumer has a handler on a specific event. Like the stock manager only want’s to know what happens with his stock and he doesn’t care about the “shipping info”, the shipping manager doesn’t care what the customer does with the cart but he wants to know where to send it to and what to send.

Lets use an example in coding. So you make a producer and a consumer, the producer will add events on an eventstream and a consumer will read it. Don’t you get it ? Let me show it.

As you can see there are consumers and producers. What i didn’t add to this picture is the possibility that a consumer also can be a producer. Cause everyone that want’s to write an event on the stream can do that as a producer.

event sourcing is mostly used in CQRS desing pattern.

Why can it be handy?

Let’s take the shopping cart example back. If a costumer leaves his shopping cart but did not finish it. You can recover he’s cart the next moment that he visits the shop again. Another example if you work in an accountancy you can follow perfectly what happened and react to any mistakes that his happened along the stream. Another example, what if your database drops or you make a huge mistake and your back-ups are gone? Then can event sourcing be your solution, cause u can replay every message on your streams from the begin of the stream to the end of your stream and it will trigger all your actions again, so it will rebuild your database again. You can debug in time, you even can go back in time of the event stream of course. You can query over time and see events or replaying them, it can make you a time manager.

Why can it be a pain in the ass ?

It’s not easy to implement and control, you need to change your mind of thinking to the right solution. You don’t have 1 big flow. consistency is hard to hold.


What are great event sourcing tools?


Apache Kafka

event hubs

AggregateSource (on github)




Started a project

Started a project

A colleague of my started a project with a mate, it’s about a trading bot for bitcoins. simple intelligence behind for the sharing, Buy when low Sell when High. I also wanna work on it and did some changes in it, wanna make nice interface en more choices for using all the currency’s So i make this project open-source just to make it better and smarter, feel free to join in. The github repository is : Any Questions ? just ask.

a starting sample app

a starting sample app

So after a few introduction posts its time for me to trying to put here some real work.
So to my opinion is it very handy to make yourself a starting template where you launch every app from.

I hear you think… Why in the “damn god” would i do that? Simple if you make a few apps and use the same language gonna take for example Angular 2,
and you start from a sample app or starting template. Then it is time-saving, cause after all there are some generic components that you use every time like:

  • home Component
  • navigation
  • loadingscreen
  • footer
  • CRUD services
  • base css -> bootstrap
  • some handy npm packages
  •  …

so actually the only stuff you need to do then is

  •  npm install
  •  change the app name

and there you go !! A fresh app to create and you saved in the beginning of you programming career a lot of time. Even later it is.
so if you think about it? You’ll see that it is very handy to use those starting things. But hey its still my opinion of course.

Who is this papercut survivor?

Who is this papercut survivor?

So who the hell is this guy? Simply I am Tyas Lambrechts, a guy from Belgium that was born in 1995.

Started at school as welder and did go to college Karel de-Grote for 2.5 years as student in Multimedia Technology.

I learned some awesome stuff from LED to making games and 3D models. After those years i just didn’t pass trough my math and quitted college.

As far as i am, i got an opportunity to start join a .NET Boot camp by the company Team4Talent and now i am where i am. It is my passion to find in today’s technology the way to make it technology of yesterday. I stand with pride right than a modest man. In my work I am dedicated, accurate, analytical, disciplined and inventive. Some of my positive attributes by the voice of people around are : passionate, inquisitive, humoristic, social, proud and responsible. You can count on me! I like team work, friendship and a laugh. I always try to stay positive and that to move up to those around me. In my spare time I’m both dj as gamer. I like to be behind the turntables and do a lot of sports. also I like to explore the world, network and spend a lot of time to friends.