Marijn works as an independent software consultant for (corporate) startups and scale-ups within Europe. He studied business school (boring though useful) and moonlighted as freelance developer (limited impact, lots of fun).
After getting stung by the start-up bug he founded a SaaS business in which he was involved for the next 6 years (lots of impact, little money). This experience provided him with a realistic perspective on business and firm roots in software architecture. He was at the frontier of event sourced domain models in PHP and has been actively involved in the DDD-community since its revival around 2012.
These days he helps his customers to apply the lessons he picked up along the way, in order to make software that propels organizations forward. He also laughs at his own jokes, for reasons unknown cause they typically aren't funny. Join the session to see if you agree.
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Domain-Driven Design Hands-On Workshop: A DDD-traineeship at "Carries Cars"
Organised by Skills Matter Free Workshops
You've learned about Domain-Driven Design. Great! What's next? In order to truly gain experience in applying Domain-Driven Design you need to get your hands dirty. Join Marijn Huizendveld for this interactive, 90-minute workshop to discover how to model small problems to hone your DDD...architecture domain-modeling domain-driven-design
Talks I've Given
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Featuring Marijn Huizendveld
The basic premise of DDD is that the software developed has to be based on a conceptual model that is shaped together with domain experts. In short: the way experts reason about the problem is how we do it in code too. But how do you achieve that?domain-driven-design architecture ddd