Kenny Baas is a Software Engineer and Consultant focusing on software quality at Xebia. He mentors teams by using practices and techniques from Domain Driven Design, Behaviour Driven Development, Test Driven Development and Continuous Delivery.
He is an advocate for multidisciplinary collaboration in open spaces. By using techniques such as EventStorming, and Example Mapping, he helps engineer requirements to design and model software. With these methods, he aims to create a transparent, collaborative domain space with constant and instant feedback when delivering software. s being built.
Besides his daily work, he also organises meetups for Behaviour Driven Development NL and Domain Driven Design NL.
Follow Kenny on Twitter @kenny_baas.
I'm speaking at...
µCon London 2018 - The Microservices Conference
Two days in London
Speed of change matters to anyone building software. Many engineering teams have identified Microservices as an important component of this architectural approach to designing more flexible systems that can meet the needs of their fast changing businesses. Applying this approach however, is hard....cloud serverless architecture mucon microservices
P3X - People, Product & Process eXchange 2018
Two days in London
P3X - People, Product, & Process eXchange is the evolution of Agile Testing and BDD eXchange - Skills Matter’s longest running conference. Over the last 9 years, the conference has changed (and grown) quite a bit. While our Agile Testing and BDD community continues to grow, the community’s...p3x neurodiversity lean automation collaboration discovery process product people qa testing bdd agile
Talks I've Given
Lightning Talk: I got Trapped. Stories of System Traps in the IT
Featuring Kenny Baas
Donella Meadows book, Thinking in Systems, is a concise and crucial book offering insight for problem-solving on scales ranging from the personal to the global. In her book, Donella describes eight system traps and how to get out of it.systems-traps systems dddx ddd
Events-First Microservices with Lagom
Featuring Gideon de Kok and Kenny Baas
Digital transformations are the new hype. By switching to a more IT-oriented organization, businesses hope to achieve a new level of flexibility to answer better to the fast changing demands of customers. Companies often start their new customer-driven strategy with a big-bang agile...microservices agile lagom architecture ddd dddx domain-driven-design