June 4, 2013 · 8:00 PM
During the last meeting, Vaughn Vernon was talking about architectures supporting Domain-Driven Design and the value of using Events in DDD. This time we will go deep into Event Driven Modeling and we will focus on concrete solution - EventStore - an Event-centric NoSQL database created by Greg Young, which is designed for complex Event processing.
Come and see how it may help you with modeling the domain, managing business processes and approach scalability.
Title: DDD-enabling architectures with EventStore
Speaker: Szymon Pobiega
If there was a consistent definition of a software architect, Szymon would probably call himself one. For now it is much safer to assume he's a software engineer with interests and experience in understanding the big picture, not only the technical details. While being a proponent of agile software development approaches, Szymon also understands the critical value of some upfront design and modeling. He strongly believes in open communication between business people and software developers, compatible with the Domain-Driven Design approach. Szymon is a big fan of open source, sharing his code on github, and reading others' code just for fun. He's also a Twitter addict and a blogger.
Szymon can be followed on Twitter @SzymonPobiega.
The meeting will take place in the conference room on the ground floor (there will be arrows).