http://www.facebook.com/pages/ArseRaptor/134715809920069 Series 8 Episode 3 - Stand up in scrumptiously high definition from the amazing, Sara Pascoe! Enjoy!
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Season 12 Episode 5 - Holly Walsh live at the Hammersmith Apollo, enjoy!
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For updates, visit - http://www.facebook.com/pages/ArseRaptor/134715809920069 Russell Howard’s Good News Series 8 Episode 2 stand up from the incredible Aisling Bea, enjoy!
Domain-Driven Design Europe 2017 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu Aligning Organisational & Technical Boundaries to Maximise Team Autonomy — Nick Tune Align your organisational boundaries with the contours in your problem domain and everyone wins. Delivery teams, focused around business outcomes, become highly autonomous and motivated, causing organisation-wide productivity increases.
In this session, you will learn how to identify boundaries in the fuzzy problem domain, and how to align your organisational boundaries with them. You’ll also see patterns for aligning technical boundaries in the fragmented world of microservices to maximise team autonomy.
Nick is passionate about delighting users, creating business impacts, and crafting quality software, placing an equal focus on improving both the execution capabilities and alignment of an organisation. You can find a range of Nick’s opinions and speculations on his blog, covering topics from Continuous Delivery to the Business Model Canvas to polyglot programming.
Nick Tune is the co author of Patterns, Principles and Practices of Domain-Driven Design, and someone who doesn’t get out very much… unless he gets kicked out the house by his angry partner.
Domain-Driven Design Europe 2017 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu The Language of Actors Is the Actor Model just a new "shiny object" for developers to chase after, a fad soon to be abandoned? Actually the Actor Model is almost as old as the formal definition of object-oriented programming, and addresses the long-term direction of computing and software development. This talk explains why actors are so vital to the future of software development, and why actors are so exceptionally well suited for use with Domain-Driven Design. Find out how actors speak the Ubiquitous Language of your core business domain and help you reactively scale your systems to today’s and tomorrow’s concurrency demands.
BIOGRAPHY Vaughn is a veteran software craftsman, with more than 30 years of experience in software design, development, and architecture. He is a thought leader in simplifying software design and implementation using innovative methods. Vaughn is the author of the books "Implementing Domain-Driven Design" and "Reactive Messaging Patterns with the Actor Model", both published by Addison-Wesley. He has been applying the tenets of Domain-Driven Design since his Smalltalk domain modeling days in the early 1990s. Vaughn speaks and presents at conferences internationally, he consults, and has …
As developers build larger and more complex systems supporting many users collaborating on growing data-sets in parallel, many are turning to patterns like Command/Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS). Unfortunately, the baggage of building N-Tier style business logic continues to weigh on their modeling efforts, often resulting in domain models that don’t handle consistency correctly in the face of race conditions. Join Udi for a new perspective on CQRS using a new twist on the saga pattern.
DevDay, 5th October 2012, Kraków
"So you are entering a new contract, or maybe it’s just a new project you are being transferred to. How do you get up, going, and committing on your first day? How to identify the areas of the system that are risky or problematic? This session looks at tools and strategies to reach this goal coming from a speaker who regularly works for less than a week with a team and needs to provide value within that period of time."
Rebecca is an object design pioneer who invented the set of design practices known as Responsibility-Driven Design (RDD). By accident she started the x-Driven Design meme (TDD, DDD, BDD…) and along the way authored two popular object design books that are still in print.
In her work, Rebecca’s helps teams hone their design, architecture and thinking skills, manage and reduce technical debt, and adequately address architecture risks. In addition to coaching and personal mentoring, she conducts workshops on Responsibility-Driven Design, enterprise application design, agile design skills and thinking, being agile about system qualities, and Agile Architecture.
Rebecca is program director of the Agile Alliance’s Experience Report Initiative and on The Hillside Group board. Recently she has written patterns about sustainable architecture, agile software quality, and adaptive systems architectures. She blogs at The Responsible Designer (http://wirfs-brock.com/blog/). If you are interested in writing about your experiences or sharing your wisdom in pattern form, contact Rebecca. She can help you turn your urge to write into the written word.
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