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SkillsCast

Simplifying integration with event-centric domain models

17th September 2013 in New York City at DUMBO Loft

This SkillsCast was filmed at DDD eXchange NYC

SkillsCast coming soon.

In this talk, we'll focus on the healthcare industry, and look at how event-centric domain models can make both batch and real-time integration significantly easier and more reliable. We'll also look at how to avoid the unnecessary coupling often introduced when integrating with third party systems with responsibilities which crosses bounded contexts.

Very few systems complex enough to justify the use of DDD live in a vacuum, and integration with third parties or other internal systems is often overlooked. Often the cost of integrating can be greater than the cost of building a new system in the first place.

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Simplifying integration with event-centric domain models

James Nugent

James is a software developer and consultant living in Bath, England. He often works on systems in industries with significant regulatory constraints, including pharmaceutical manufacturing, healthcare and energy. He is currently working on the op

SkillsCast

SkillsCast coming soon.

In this talk, we'll focus on the healthcare industry, and look at how event-centric domain models can make both batch and real-time integration significantly easier and more reliable. We'll also look at how to avoid the unnecessary coupling often introduced when integrating with third party systems with responsibilities which crosses bounded contexts.

Very few systems complex enough to justify the use of DDD live in a vacuum, and integration with third parties or other internal systems is often overlooked. Often the cost of integrating can be greater than the cost of building a new system in the first place.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Simplifying integration with event-centric domain models

James Nugent

James is a software developer and consultant living in Bath, England. He often works on systems in industries with significant regulatory constraints, including pharmaceutical manufacturing, healthcare and energy. He is currently working on the op