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Exploring for oil is an expensive business, getting it out of the ground even more so. Discovering, describing and simulating oil reservoirs is a competitive software-intensive activity. The dominant players must provide unique advantages within the constraints of off-the-shelf software systems.
In this talk, Robert will illustrate the benefits and challenges – both technical and cultural – encountered by one company in applying DDD to “shared earth models” which were hitherto implicitly encoded in legacy systems. I’ll also discuss the all-important business imperatives that have motivated the adoption of domain modelling in the oil and gas software industry.
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Robert Smallshire is Founding Director of Sixty North, a software product and consulting business based in Norway. He has designed and implemented architectures for complex scientific and enterprise software in Python, C++, and C#, and is a regular speaker and coach.