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  • Eric Evans on DDD, Microservices and Boundaries

    There is tremendous value in microservices, probably giving us the best environment we have ever had for doing Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Eric Evans stated in his keynote at this year’s DDD Exchange conference in London. Iteration is the most important key to good design and microservices is the second attempt, after SOA, to get things right.

  • Greg Young: Scheduling for Things to Happen in the Future

    Delay of message sending into the future is a very powerful pattern and is often the preferable way of dealing with temporal problems compared to batch job that will run a query on the domain model and update some aggregates, Greg Young explained at the recent DDD Exchange conference in London.

  • Clean and Representative Models are Key to Performance

    High performance systems is about clean and representative models, the code doesn't have to be ugly, obscure and hard to read, Martin Thompson stated at the recent DDD Exchange conference in London.

  • Eric Evans: Challenging the Fundamental Assumptions of DDD

    We need to constantly challenge DDD to find the weak spots, Eric Evans stated in his keynote at DDD Exchange yesterday in London when walking through and challenging his own fundamental assumptions of Domain-Driven Design.

  • Greg Young on Documents and Processes as an Alternative to Events

    Not all systems are based on events or facts. In some problem spaces events make complete sense; they are about facts that are happening over periods of time. But a lot of systems are instead focused on information that flow through a process, Greg Young explained at DDD Exchange Day in London last week, using handling of a mortgage application inside a bank as an example.

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