Join Nick Tune and Zsófia Herendi to learn how to model a complex system and break it down into cohesive bounded contexts. You’ll leave with skills you can immediately begin applying in your organization to improve the autonomy of your software services and the teams that build and run them.
Nick and Zsófia walk you through modeling a complex domain with event storming and then applying strategic modeling heuristics to various scenarios involving a variety of challenging business, organizational, and technical goals and constraints. Lots of curve balls will be thrown at you, as you learn how to find the best bounded contexts while facing whatever challenges you may encounter. Along the way, you’ll also explore theoretical concepts, drawing on ideas from DDD, systems thinking, promise theory, the theory of constraints, and more.
Nick Tune is a principal consultant at Empathy Software. A product-focused technical leader, Nick has helped teams in a variety of organizations to achieve continuous delivery and high alignment, including the UK government, Salesforce, and 7digital. He is the coauthor of Designing Autonomous Teams and Services (O’Reilly) and Patterns, Principles and Practices of Domain-Driven Design (Wrox). He blogs from Ntcoding.co.uk.
Zsófia Herendi brings new products to market at Dealogic, a global leader in fintech, where she also coaches teams in BDD and DDD. Zsófia has spent more than 10 years bringing developers and business people together to build world-class digital products and services. A skilled modeler with a passion for diagramming and an addiction to optimizing flow, she recently founded Hungary’s first DDD community.
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