7 years of domain-driven design: Tackling complexity in large-scale marketing systems
Who is this presentation for?
- Software engineers and architects
It turns out that DDD isn’t just for cargo shipping. Vladik Khononov explains how he and his team embraced DDD (with very limited resources and a very short time to market) at Plexop, a large-scale marketing system that spans over a dozen different business domains. Join in to learn how DDD allowed the team to manage business complexities, find out strategies for defining context boundaries, explore lessons learned the hard way, and discover where they had to adapt the DDD methodology to fit the company’s needs.
- Familiarity with DDD
What you'll learn
- Learn the most common mistakes in DDD-based projects, the most essential parts of the DDD methodology, and how to adapt DDD to better suit startup companies
Vladik (Vlad) Khononov is a software engineer with over 15 years of industry experience at companies large and small, in roles ranging from webmaster to chief architect. A longtime proponent of domain-driven design and evolutionary architecture, Vlad helps companies make sense of their business domains, untangle monoliths, and tackle complex architectural challenges. He maintains an active media career as a public speaker and blogger and has spoken at numerous industry conferences — including O’Reilly Software Architecture, DDD Europe, and NDC — about subjects such as domain-driven design, microservices, and software architecture in general. In addition to his media work, he co-organizes the Domain-Driven Design Israel and Tel Aviv Software Architecture meetup groups. He lives in Northern Israel with his wife and an almost-reasonable number of cats.
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