This SkillsCast is currently only available to registered attendees of DDDx — Domain-Driven Design eXchange 2021
It will be freely available to all Skills Matter members once the DDDx — Domain-Driven Design eXchange 2021 early-access window expires on September 09, 2021.
Earlier this year Stefan Tilkov published a blog post entitled "Is Domain-driven Design overrated?"
Understandably it generated a lot of passionate responses online from some of the biggest names in the DDD community (a good many of whom are on the DDDx programme.)
Join us as we revisit this controversial-sounding question in this panel featuring Stefan, Susanne Kaiser and Marco Heimeshoff.
This is one session you do not want to miss!
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Is DDD Overrated?
Susanne Kaiser works as an independent Tech Consultant and was previously working as a startup CTO transforming their SaaS solution from monolith to microservices.
Marco Heimeshoff is a trainer, speaker and software developer from Germany. He organizes KanDDDinsky, a conference about Domain-driven Design and the art of business software and co-founded the german DDD community in 2013 and VirtualDDD.com in 2019. Between consulting companies around the globe and his day job in building health care software, you'll find him speaking at conferences about DDD, socio-technical systems and first principles.