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This training is packed with modern strategic Domain-Driven Design (DDD) patterns and practices for you to start applying these innovations to your situation.
From Big Picture EventStorming to mapping the basic DDD strategic patterns with Context Mapping. Use Impact Mapping or Wardley Mapping to align teams and improve your roadmap. Explore how the Cynefin framework can help you to approach and model each subdomain in different ways.
After two days, you will have enough hands-on experience to start designing sociotechnical architecture yourself.
This training is created for Enterprise Architects, IT Architects, and Tech Leads who have several years of experience. If you want to come prepared, we recommend you read the book 'Domain-Driven Design' by Eric Evans or the free e-book The Anatomy Of Domain-Driven Design.
We will start by exploring how DDD fits into your current software culture. You will gain experience working with, for instance, Big Picture EventStorming and Context Mapping. After the training, you will know how to create a modern loosely coupled architecture (using DDD) and improve collaboration between Business and IT.
Our trainers are skilled Software Engineers, Architects, and Consultants. They are gurus in their field with an impressive amount of experience they are eager to share with you. From in-depth knowledge to hands-on experience, our trainers will teach you how to step up your game and do a better job!
The Learning Journey of a professional Developer starts at Xebia Academy! We offer you the basics of DDD during our 2-day Foundation course. Besides this Professional level training, we are also happy to share our knowledge of EventStorming during another 1-day training.
After registering for this Domain-Driven Design training, you will receive a confirmation email with practical information. A week before the training we will ask you about any dietary requirements and share literature if there's a need to prepare. See you soon!