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  1. Domain Modelling - Yves Reynhout - DDD Europe 2019

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2019 https://dddeurope.com https://twitter.com/ddd_eu

    Domain Modelling

    Domain models are the heart of DDD. They allow us to share and evolve our understanding, and express it across code, documentation, tests, user interfaces…

    Biography

    He’s a very passionate human being, passionate about what he does and how he lives his life. Apart from the constant improvement of his skillset, he also gives back, sharing what he’s learned. Loyal, "firm but fair", empathic are traits people have come to associate with him. Though getting results is what counts, he fully realizes the journey is what gets us there.

    His past work involved building web-native, multi-user products with enterprise scale features such as high configurability by end users, authentication & authorization, printing & reporting, integration with third parties & devices using both messaging and remote procedure calls. He analyzed, designed, documented, fleshed out models, architected solutions into bite-sized portions, wrote automated test specifications at the unit, integration, story, and UI level, wrote code at every layer and tier in the stack, scripted deployments and engaged in the operational side of running software at customer sites, all in order to satisfy requirements and customer happiness.

    As a technical and t…

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  2. Bounded Contexts - Cyrille Martraire - DDD Europe 2019

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2019 https://dddeurope.com https://twitter.com/ddd_eu

    Bounded Contexts

    Bounded Contexts are a central concept in DDD. As linguistic boundaries between different domain models, they help us tackle complexity.

    Biography

    Cyrille Martraire (@cyriux) is CTO and partner at Arolla (@ArollaFr), the founder of the Paris Software Craftsmanship community and a regular speaker at international conferences. With 17+ years of experience in startups, software vendors and banks, Cyrille still calls himself a developer. He’s passionate about design in every aspect: TDD, BDD and in particular DDD.

    Cyrille also has an extensive knowledge of capital market finance, and he’s the author of the book Living Documentation to be published by Addison-Wesley Professional.

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  3. Find Context Boundaries with Domain Storytelling - Stefan Hofer and Henning Schwenter - DDDEU 18

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2018 https://dddeurope.com/ https://twitter.com/ddd_eu Find Context Boundaries with Domain Storytelling DDD practitioners want to identify bounded contexts and work out ubiquitous languages. Domain experts, however, often work together across contexts. The boundaries that shape our software systems must therefore not become borders that prevent people from working together. Domain Storytelling helps us to see how bounded contexts are connected. Domain Storytelling means that we bring together domain experts and developers. We let them tell us stories about their collaborative tasks. While listening, we record the stories using a pictographic language. The experts can see immediately whether or not we understand their story. After very few stories, we are able to talk about the people, tasks, tools, work items, and events in that domain. The visualized stories give us clues for finding context boundaries. As we learn more about a domain and refine our ubiquitous languages, we will adapt the context boundaries. The talk will consist of two parts: We introduce Domain Storytelling with a short, interactive tutorial. In the second part, we will discuss examples. These will illustrate how to find context boundaries and how to capture cooperation across contexts.

    BIOGRAPHY

    Stefan is bad at dr…

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  4. You can’t fight Conway’s law — Avraham Poupko

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2017 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu

    You can’t fight Conway’s law (but you can certainly waste energy trying) — Practical implications of Conway’s law

    Most software that performs non-trivial tasks, is complex. We understand that and welcome that. However, we often feel that much of the software we design, create and deploy is more complex than need be, or “unnecessarily complex“. We are constantly trying to figure ways of reducing this “accidental complexity”.

    In 1968 Melvin Conway published the idea that there is a “very close relationship between the structure of a system and the structure of the organization which designed it.” Over the decades, this law has repeatedly been observed to be true. This law has many implications that if properly considered, might allow us to make software design simpler, and if ignored will make our software more complicated than need be. You can ignore or even fight Conway’s law by trying to create software that does not correlate to the organizational structure. But Conway’s law will always be there and will almost always win.

    This thought provoking talk explores the roots of the complexities through the prism of “Conway’s law”. In this talk Avraham presents some of the implications of Conway’s law as well as theoretical limits to …

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  5. People that make computers go crazy - Gojko Adzic

    What happens to people whose last name makes them invisible to software, how the world’s longest name broke a supercomputer, and why it’s so hard to detect false names online. Gojko will shock you with stories about problems caused by wrong assumptions in computer systems, when they face the hard, unforgiving punch of reality. You’ll also learn how to avoid and prevent such problems.

    NDC Conferences https://ndcoslo.com https://ndcconferences.com

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  6. Interview with Laura McMillan | Coventry City of Culture 2021

    We spoke to Laura McMillan about the visit by the bid judges on Thursday 19th October and what the company have planned.

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  7. ‘Our Cov’ Coventry’s UK City of Culture OFFICIAL bid film for 2021

    Coventry is changing.

    Join the journey.

    @Coventry2021 #ThisisCoventry

    ‘Our Cov’ Coventry’s UK City of Culture OFFICIAL bid film

    Sponsored by PET-Xi

    Produced by Chris Bradley

    Directed by Mathew Beckett Chris Bradley

    Director of Photography Mathew Beckett

    "Our Cov" Poem by Matt Black

    Voice-Over Lee O’Connell

    Additional Camera John Palmer Jed Cowdell

    Drone Operator Pedro Uviedo

    Hyperlapse Cinematography Chris Brooker

    Production Assistant Andrew Cardinal

    Edited by Mathew Beckett Lee O’Connell Jed Cowdell

    Audio Post Production Andy Guthrie

    Music Art list ‘Lots of Candy’ by Dreaming (Ian Post) Audio Network ‘All in Vain’ by Paul Mottram

    Archive Supplied by Coventry Archives & Research Centre

    With Special Thanks to Trevor Evans, Jon Randle, Jane Commane, John Wilson, Siobhan Harrison, Matt at HTF Media, Jamie Sergent, Jonathan Lee, and all of the individuals, groups and organisations who contributed towards the production of this film…

    Sabir Zazai Sophie Li Jerry McGovern Nilupa Yasmin Sneha Singh Richard Walls Rishard Beckett Jack Holland-Bartlett Gaz Docker Alan Hartley Dennis Adler Phyllis Corney Belgrade Theatre Ricoh Arena FarGo Village Silhouette Press Heartbreak Productions Charterhouse Priory Jaguar Land Rover Rock ‘n’ Roller Parlour The Coventry Music Museum Herbert Art Gallery &…

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  8. Bounded rationality, complex Systems and Agile organizations - Marco Consolaro - DDD Europe 2019

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2019 https://dddeurope.com https://twitter.com/ddd_eu

    Bounded rationality, complex Systems and Agile organizations (Talk)

    "Human beings make quite reasonably decisions, but only based on the information they have." This is the concept of bounded rationality, as defined by Nobel prize Herbert Simon. If we look at Agile principles and practices from a systemic perspective, they focus on maximize rationality boundaries related to the product we are building. However, the whole organization and its teams are interacting complex systems which follow the very same principles of Systems Theory. Bounded rationality plays a subtle but fundamental role in every System, beyond just development teams. In this talk I will try to explain how Systems Theory can help organizations and why motivation is the key of success in complex Systems made by human beings.

    Biography Software craftsman, entrepreneur, system thinker, restless traveler, Agile philosopher - all blended with Venetian humor. I was 9 when I self-learnt Basic on a commodore 64. I graduated in Computer Science at University Ca’ Foscari of Venice in 2001 and since 2006 I relocated to London where I work as an independent consultant specialised in Agile development and coaching. I worked for 17 years in key roles of dev…

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  9. Technical debt isn’t technical - Einar Høst - DDD Europe 2019

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2019 https://dddeurope.com https://twitter.com/ddd_eu Technical debt isn’t technical (Talk) Technical debt is not primarily caused by incompetent developers, architecture astronauts, unrealistic UX people or even stupid project managers. What causes it then? It is a symptom of weak abstractions, which stems from insufficient understanding and modelling of the problem domain. These inadequacies are compounded by organizational inertia and communication problems. This means that we cannot hope to address our so-called technical debt by virtuous coding alone. In order to avoid technical bankruptcy, we must step away from the keyboard and start addressing the complex mess of human issues that ultimately affect the software we are making.

    Biography

    Einar W. Høst is not a software craftsman; he is a genuine, PhD-certified ivory tower zealot. His heretic views include thinking away from the keyboard and making drawings to understand things better. He does domain modelling, API design and computer programming at NRK.

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  10. Events in Software, Process, and Reality - John Bywater - DDD Europe 2019

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2019 https://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu Events in Software, Process, and Reality A talk asking what happens if we look at our world as Alfred North Whitehead might have seen it, as "built up of actual occasions". Towards the end of the 1920s, Whitehead wrote, "whatever things there are in any sense of existence, are derived by abstraction from actual occasions."

    1. Overview of Whitehead’s Process and Reality. Everything is an event. Events are the actual entities of reality. Events consist of one or many occasions of experience. Each occasion of experience brings something novel into the world, drawing on facts from past occasions, in a process of becoming. Events causally depend on their predecessors, and are causally independent of their contemporaries. A nexus or a society of events is “a particular fact of togetherness among actual entities”, a mathematical set of events that share a defining characteristic. For example, the domain events of an event sourced aggregate all share the aggregate’s ID, and are positioned in the aggregate’s sequence of events according to the common process of incrementing the aggregate’s version number. For Whitehead, the everyday objects we encounter are all societies of events. And so am I.

    2a. Event sourced applica…

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