There are many reasons to move towards Domain-Driven Design, but not all of them are deeply understood or explained.
In this online session with Alberto Brandolini, we’ll dig into Domain-Driven Design from a socio-technical perspective, highlighting the links between approaches to software development, approaches to planning and recruiting up to business accounting.
Domain-Driven Design is definitely not a software architecture: it is an approach to software development that connects business goals to outstanding results, mixing technical excellence with a human-friendly perspective.
The workshop is a single 2-hour online block, with a chill-out time at the end. It’s designed to be interactive, without wasting precious time. We’ll be building a map of the challenges of a complex enterprise software ecosystem and see where Domain-Driven Design can help and how.
We’ll be running a quick game to highlight common behavioural dynamics, that quickly can turn dysfunctional in some organisation, and also experience what happens in a small online EventStorming session, and the type of discussions that can be triggered even when there’s little time available.
The closing would be about connecting the dots with your current challenges, your previous exposure and war stories with Domain-Driven Design and other approaches.
This training is specifically designed for strategic decision-makers, that are in need of a first-hand deep summary of Domain-Driven Design without getting lost in the technical jargon.
- Understand why Domain-Driven Design matters in a software organisation.
- Understand 360° consequences and impediments to a Domain-Driven Design adoption.
- Understand alternatives to the pains that we’re used to in software development projects.
Online Workshop: How it works
The workshop will happen online and in live streaming: the trainer and all other participants will be in a video conference. You’ll be interacting and working together in real-time thanks to a variety of tools you’ll have at your disposal.
The workshop will keep its highly interactive and hands-on spirit despite being online.
This is why we require that all participants keep their webcam on for the whole duration of the workshop: this will enhance the quality of the communication and of the workshop as a whole.
You won’t be sitting at your desk watching slides and videos, and you’ll be engaged in real-time activities for the majority of the time… as if we were in a real classroom!