Domain-Driven Design Europe 2016 - Brussels, January 27-29 2016 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu The software development industry faces peril as entire teams are assigned to patch systems on a daily basis to keep them operational. Forget about DDD for a moment. What are some of the most insidious problems with software development today? Why do the same problems continue to happen across a vast array of corporate and software development cultures? After identifying the problems, how can DDD help teams overcome them? And, using DDD, what is a powerful approach to modeling your core domain while applying microservices? The current state of the industry incites a lot of questions, and you really should care about the answers.
Claudio pulls out an acoustic version of ‘The Gutter’ from our new album ‘The Unheavenly Creatures.’
Listen to The Unheavenly Creatures https://lnk.to/unheavenlycreatures
Catch us on The Unheavenly Skye Tour with Mastodon and Every Time I Die this summer http://coheedandcambria.com/tour
Lyrics: Over my dead body The stars will let you know It’s over Now if I had my way I would leave you here to waste your final days Buried beneath With the possibility of how things could be Oh please rest assured this was not my fault And time is getting short So I’ll be here if you want me (Beaten and covered in a red so bloody) Oh my darling can you hear? My words so pure they burn your lying ears And so the story goes When I leave will you let me go? When the words stop coming And the fear starts setting in slow Don’t let me find you hiding under the covers It’s your last chance, oh you’d better Call your mother All our hope is lost down in the gutter When you’re in your bed Sleeping toward the void So deep it feels like death Oh don’t you wake wake Oh my love, I hear life holds nothing for us beyond our time in here Oh don’t …
Welcome to Brian Hall, Chief Commercial Officer at BHSF and Regional Chair of the Institute of Directors West Midlands.
BHSF may be an unfamiliar name but they have been part of the business scene in Birmingham since 1873. Indeed, BHSF’s association with 30 client organisations can be traced back for 125 years or more - these include Mondalēz International (formerly Cadbury’s), Birmingham City Council and West Midlands Police. Today, BHSF work with clients across the country including some of the UK’s biggest names - like Argos, Sainsbury’s and Homebase - along with many hundreds of SMEs and smaller businesses.
With his dual outlook, does Brian agree or disagree with our view that internal communication matters? What is the ROI on it? And what is his one ‘knock out’ piece of communication advice?
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Leo Casado (@leocasado), Katie Jacques (@GISExchange) and Tom Stoeckel (@WithoutANet) introduce a high-level overview of the Product Support Content Strategy for Autodesk.
This month on the Cucumber Podcast we speak to Stefan Hofer about Domain Storytelling. Stefan describes Domain Storytelling as "a workshop format which helps people have a conversation about their domain; the idea is that domain experts tell stories that explain how people and software systems work together."
Although well known and celebrated in the Domain Driven Design community, Domain Storytelling is starting to be discovered by software teams wanting to find innovative ways to build shared understanding.
Asking the questions from Cucumber is Matt Wynne and Sallyann Freudenberg.
Talk: Find Context Boundaries with Domain Storytelling - Stefan Hofer and Henning Schwenter - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1ykXnl6r7s
CukenFest London - Our annual BDD conference happening on April 4th-5th 2019 - http://cukenfest.cucumber.io/
The "Swim" System - http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/2/20/Swim_System_PNSQC_2007_Paper.pdf
Stefan’s Twitter - https://twitter.com/hofstef
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/cucumber-podcast/domain-storytelling
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Domain-Driven Design Europe 2016 - Brussels, January 26-29, 2016 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu Gregory Young coined the term “CQRS” (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) and it was instantly picked up by the community who have elaborated upon it ever since. Greg is an independent consultant and serial entrepreneur. He has 15+ years of varied experience in computer science from embedded operating systems to business systems and he brings a pragmatic and often times unusual viewpoint to discussions. He’s a frequent contributor to InfoQ, speaker/trainer at Skills Matter and also a well-known speaker at international conferences. Greg also writes about CQRS, DDD and other hot topics on codebetter.com.
We’ve been at the #BuildStuffEs conference organized on April 29th. There we could talk with Eric about his talk "Good Design is Imperfect Design". He’s the author of the book "Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software".
Eric Evans is the author of “Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in Software.” Eric now leads Domain Language, a consulting group which coaches and trains teams applying domain-driven design, helping them to make their development work more productive and more valuable to their business. Most of us who care about good design have a tendency to slip into perfectionism, and this undermines our goals. Yet expedient choices can also spoil software. The balance is difficult. Domain driven design (DDD) provides a number of tools, in both the fine grain design and strategic level, to design software that lets you get the benefits that come from modeling and design while accommodating mistakes and early guesses. Eric Evans has picked up a new trick or two in recent years.
The outcome of any complex project is unforeseeable, but DDD can improve the odds of ending up with designs that are good, sometimes even great, and never perfect.
Keynote: Messages over Structure by Mathias Verraes
Explore DDD 2017 - Denver, Sept. 21-22
Modelling is more than knowledge management. It’s complexity management. To reduce cognitive load, you split things up, whether at small scale, in code, or in the large, such as Bounded Contexts. But if you choose large boundaries upfront, you risk getting it wrong, and being stuck to them for a long time. Join Mathias in a discussion of better ways of empirically discovering boundaries instead.
Mathias Verraes advises companies on building software for complex environments. This involves primarily analysis and modelling, but also code, architecture, testing, and refactoring “unmaintainable” systems. He has worked with clients in Finance, Automotive, Government, Logistics, E-Commerce, and more. He teaches Domain-Driven Design courses and co-organises the DDD Europe conference. When he’s not working, he’s at home in Kortrijk, Belgium, helping his two sons build crazy Lego train tracks.
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