eventstore - CQRS event store using PostgreSQL for persistence

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CQRS event store implemented in Elixir. Uses PostgreSQL as the underlying storage engine. Requires Elixir v1.5 and PostgreSQL v9.5 or newer.

https://github.com/commanded/eventstore

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