Michel Grootjans has been programming since the age of 12, on strange machines like the TI 99-4A, the Atari 2600, Mac128, HP28, Apple II, Siemens PLC's using languages like Basic, Pascal, C, HyperTalk, Assembler, ... along the way.
He's worked on applications for government, chemical plants, telecom, HR, insurance companies, ... in Java, C# and Ruby.
He focuses on the principles of flow to improve software delivery.
Co-presented with Thomas Coopman
In this session, you will be working for an online Quiz Platform. Based on the full event history of the past years, you will have to answer to business questions, like: did our last ad campaign have any real impact, are we targeted by spammers, what kind of new campaigns should we launch? To solve these problems, you will need to transform the event stream to a structure, a projection, that can answer these questions.
This is a hands-on session where you will be coding. You will be implementing projections based on an event stream we provide. Don’t forget to bring your laptop or be prepared to pair with someone else. Mob programming would be awesome. This is not an advanced workshop, so everyone can progress at their own pace, but you do have to be able to write code (if you can’t code, but you find a coder to pair with, that’s of course fine)!
We provide clients in several languages so you can start answering the business questions very swiftly. If you’d want to try this in a technology stack that we haven’t provided, just make sure you are able to call a REST service with JSON.
Technical Debt Detective
Inventor of EventStorming
UX person in love with DDD
Author of Idea Flow
Data Horticulturist. Code Tinkerer.
Development Manager and Architect
Domain Driven Developer
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Developer, Crafty Person, and Eater of Legacy Spaghetti
Author of “Domain-Driven Design”
Event-driven Model Enthusiast
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Student of Systems
Engineering Excellence Evangelist
Junior Master Strategist
Author and Obsessive Programmer
Functional Domain Modeler
Distributed engineer, AFOL