Do you also think it's about TIME to start into the second season of DDD Vienna! :-) Well, I do. *I* do? No, *we* do. :-) Allow me just a tiny little bit of community self-praise here ... I truly think WE are an awesome community of hands-on software workers and thinkers, so I thought about how to involve more people? And I started with the community organisation. I am truly happy that with Paul (Rohorzka), Fabian (Schmied), Hans (Sowa) and Gottfried (Szing) I have found an initial team of organizers helping me to make the future of DDD Vienna a cool community experience for all of us.
And: *we* believe to have a really cool program for our first episode! We are proud to welcome Stefan Hofer (https://twitter.com/hofstef), a native austrian ;-) who is nowadays working for the well-known WPS – Workplace Solutions GmbH in Hamburg https://www.wps.de/en/. He will give us a hands-on introduction to one of his specialities: Domain Storytelling!
"When we want to use DDD, first and foremost we have to understand our domain. Only then can we begin to identify bounded contexts and work out their ubiquitous languages.
In a short, interactive workshop, I'll show you how to develop a domain with domain storytelling: domain experts tell one of their workflows as a "domain story". We listen to them, ask questions and write down the story with the help of a pictographic language. As a result, the experts see immediately whether we have understood them. After only a few domain stories, we can talk about roles, tasks, tools, work items and domain events.
After the workshop, I will explain domain storytelling and give practical examples. Participants can decide whether to finish the meetup with a Q&A session, a second workshop, or learn more about the different uses of domain storytelling."
We are looking forward to meet you, Stefan. And we want to thank kununu for hosting us this time! You rock! (Yes, you!-) https://www.kununu.com/
Join us to learn about domain storytelling! :-) You find us in the Kununu Headquarter's lounge by entering the Bene building and going to the third floor using the elevator!
Martin, Hans, Paul, Gottfried and Fabian.