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This new approach creates an isomorphic Blueprint of the Domain Events, Commands, and Views in an Information System. This significantly enhanced clarity adds several significant benefits including better collaboration between the business and development, clear impact analysis, and predictable development schedules.
The presentation will cover what Event Modeling is, and how it compliments and relates to other tools and processes in the DDD Ecosystem. This will include an overview of Event Modeling it processes and and basic patterns and how to apply them. In addition we will talk about the differences and similarities between Event Modeling and Event Storming and how they can work together. Further we will cover the natural relationships between Event Modeling and DDD as well as Event Sourcing.
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Event Modeling with Chris Condron
CTO for Event Store
Chris is a software engineer and architect who's been building message driven and event sourced systems for 20 years and is currently working at Event Store. He has worked in the telecom, finance, and biomedical industries delivering, supporting, and transforming mission critical systems in environments ranging from the fortune 50 to startups.