EventStorming Masterclass

Alberto Brandolini 2-Day Workshop
Tue-Wed, Mar 12-13

EventStorming is a workshop format that promotes collaboration between different disciplines in order to sove business problems in the most effective way. In this two day format we’ll experience the different formats, working around real business problems. Read more...


Chris Richardson 2-Day Workshop
Tue-Wed, Mar 12-13

When applying the microservice architecture pattern, the most important design decisions that you must make do not involve technology choices, such as Kubernetes vs. Serverless or REST vs. gRPC. Instead, what’s critical to your success is correctly identifying services, defining their responsibilities, APIs and collaborations. That’s because if you design your services badly, you risk creating a fragile, distributed monolith where every service is a potential point of failure, and services regularly change in lock step. Read more...

Domain Storytelling

Henning Schwentner 2-Day Workshop
Tue-Wed, Mar 12-13

In this workshop, you will learn how to adapt the method to the various purposes and you will try out different modeling tools. After the workshop, you will be able to apply Domain Storytelling on your own. Read more...

Leading Application & Architecture Modernization: Principles, Patterns, and Practices

Indu Alagarsamy & Nick Tune 2-Day Workshop
Tue-Wed, Mar 12-13

Over two full days, this workshop covers the diverse range of topics that leaders and practitioners need to successfully modernize their systems, from strategy to execution. Read more...

Essential DDD

Paul Rayner 2-Day Workshop
Tue-Wed, Mar 12-13

It’s easy to get lost in the patterns and acronyms and miss the essence of DDD. This workshop will provide you with a solid grounding in the foundational ideas, techniques and skills for doing DDD well in your own project context. Read more...

Strategic Design: Architecture to Xenial Modeling

Vaughn Vernon 2-Day Workshop
Tue-Wed, Mar 12-13

Strategic design is the most broadly applicable of the Domain-Driven Design toolset, and its use is vital. Without a deep understanding of differentiating strategy driven by business knowledge among all stakeholders, software is nothing more than the interpretations of programmers. Their guesswork follows layers of previous requirements interpretations passed down the business hierarchy. Are guesswork and individual interpretations what businesses want? Without certain effort to engage with business leaders, even the most skilled software leaders are ill-suited to deliver true strategic results. Read more...