Room 3 

17:40 - 18:40 


Talk (60 min)

Share Pie: The DDD Treasure Hidden in Plain Sight

Domain-Driven Design is 20 years old. While many of the patterns are still present in modern development, some of the key underlying messages have got lost.

Soft Skills

In Chapter 8 of the original DDD book, Eric Evans talks about making a big domain breakthrough after a long New York winter of refactoring on an inherited legacy codebase.

Eric's story emphasises the importance of models and modelling breakthroughs. I'd like to re-visit this story and show you how many of the insights are still highly relevant to modern software development... possibly even more so.

Nick Tune

Nick is a Principal Consultant at Empathy Software who works with technology leaders to map strategy, architect systems, and build continuous delivery teams. He is the co-author of Architecture Modernization: Product, Domain, and Team-oriented (Leanpub) and Patterns, Principles and Practices of Domain-Driven Design (Wrox), and blogs monthly at