Anders works as systems architect a Ving and has been there since 2005.
The talk, in blog format: http://coding-insomnia.com/2012/05/28/a-trip-to-cqrs-intro/
Anders talked about a ’brown field’ and how they implemented CQRS in it. They needed real time integration to other systems and a log for revision.
Write is done using Command. Read is done using Queries (C & Q). They used DDD, event sourcing and a documentDB.
They had to rethink the creations of objects, and had to create the objects keys in GUI. They used GUIDs, but then also needed a translation table because of the existing data/base. (Today he would have changed tha database instead to use Guids, would have been easier/nicer)
This is because changes are not saved directly on database, this is done thru Event/Handler so that the objects are always in synch.
They used Jonathan Olivers EventStore, https://github.com/joliver/EventStore.