A group for software practitioners interested in learning about and promoting Domain-Driven Design. We hope to build a community for DDD enthusiasts of all kinds, from those who are curious about DDD and are just starting to learn about it, to those who are currently involved in or have been involved in a DDD effort and would like to share their experiences.
Hello folks, event #1 is here! The theme for this event is an entry-level introduction to some of the concepts of DDD. We have Gary McLean Hall, the author of Adaptive Code via C#, kicking us off with his talk introducing DDD and asking, why DDD? After that we have we John Nicholas giving us an intro to a collaborative modelling technique called Event Modeling. Collaborative modelling techniques are something we'll be doing a lot more of at future events, maybe even event #2! Look forward to seeing you there.
6:30 - 6:50
Arrive, drinks, food and chat
6:55 - 7:00
Welcome to DDD Manchester #1!
7:00 - 7:30
Gary McLean Hall
A High-Level Intro to Domain Driven-Design
Gary will be kicking us off with a high-level introduction to DDD, starting with "why DDD?".
7:30 - 7:45
Break, chat and drinks
7:45 - 8:15
Intro to Event Modeling
John will be giving us an introduction to a collaborative domain modelling technique called Event Modeling. Event Modeling is a simple technique done with stickies that generate a view of the commands and events that happen in a system over time, aka the Event Model. Next month we'll look to run a practical session on the same technique, modelling a simple domain.
We'll have a feedback form and a call for speakers up after the first event at: