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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

DDDx 2011

I’m just back from DDDx 2011, and it was great !

The event happened Friday 10 at Skills Matter in London, with great speakers, coffee and food.

 

You can see all the talks on Skills Matter website. Congratulation to the team that released the videos on the web in less that an hour.

 

It was also the occasion to meet IRL DDD practitioners I usually find on twitter.

 

You can also register for next year now for only 50£.

 

So Hurry up !

Monday, June 14, 2010

DDD Exchange 2010

I could not attend to this year’s edition that seemed really great with Eric Evans, Greg Young, Udi Dahan, Ian Cooper and Gojko Adzic.

The videos from the events should be soon somewhere around here.

And you can already find transcripts of the talks on Gojko ‘I post faster than people talk’s blog :

Eric Evans: Domain driven design redefined

Udi Dahan: the biggest mistakes teams make when applying DDD

Greg Young :Evolution of DDD: CQRS and Event Sourcing

 

If you also missed it, don’t make the same mistake next year, and register now for £50.00 (instead of £250.00) until the end of the week.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Distributed Domain Driven Design and Aggregates

Once again, Gojko Adzic comes with an excellent post : Improving performance and scalability with DDD.

Aggregates are often a bit underused in DDD because they’re difficult to grasp. They’re often seen as a solution to a technical problem. Gojko shows here how to understand them at a domain level. This post gives a clear vision of the role of Aggregates in DDD by placing it in the context of distributed environments.

You should read it !

Friday, June 19, 2009

Strategic Design at DDD Exchange

Gojko Adzik has a post about Eric Evans’ talk at DDD Exchange :

Why do efforts to replace legacy system fail ?

You can also read my previous post about strategic design.

I’m currently working on evolving a large legacy system, and my experience tell me it’s the right way to deal with it !

Don’t try to switch off legacy system. Go along with it using anticorruption layers to protect you elegant core domain.