Wednesday

Room 3

17:40 - 18:40 (UTC+01)

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.

Architecture
Design
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 who works with technology leaders to map strategy, architect systems, and build continuous delivery teams. He is the co-author of Designing Autonomous Teams and Services (O’Reilly) and Patterns, Principles and Practices of Domain-Driven Design (Wrox), and blogs monthly at ntcoding.co.uk/blog.