Cyrille Martraire – DDD Games: to discover DDD in practice
Dive into some of the key points of Domain-Driven Design (DDD) thanks to some simple games. With pen and paper and in your IDE, discover the concepts of Ubiquitous Language and Bounded Contexts in a more concrete way!
Explanations and examples are mixed with the hands-on games to complement the learning.
Games with pen and papers
Then a coding exercice
Non developers may leave after the first half
What will you learn?
You will have a concrete introduction to some of the key points of DDD
Some curiosity about the business domains and how to communicate with business people
Pay more attention to the language used by PO, BA and users
What if you already had distinct Bounded Contexts waiting to be discovered in your current project?
Go further with the book by Eric Evans or with the brand new book: “Implementing DDD” by Vaughn Vernon.
Do the attendees need a laptop?
Yes with just a basic IDE in a language they’re familiar with