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Most business domains have a temporal aspect to them. That’s why, instead of modelling things and structures, Event Storming visualises events happening over time. Gradually, we add causation, business rules, dependencies, and processes, in a huge timeline.
Event Storming is a highly collaborative technique. It bridges the gap between domain experts, product owners, analysts, developers, and testers. It allows you to discover temporal effects and complexities that usually show up late in a project.
Sounds hard? It turns out it’s actually a very natural and fun way of communicating. In this hands-on introduction, run by Mathias Verraes with Julien Biezemans as co-facilitator, you’ll explore a real domain, and get started with the basics.
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Workshop: Introduction to Event storming
Mathias Verraes advises organisations on designing and modelling software for complex environments, including architecture, analysis, testing, and refactoring “unmaintainable” systems.
Julien is a fervent BDDer who loves writing code, building well-crafted conducive software as well as sharing knowledge and techniques with other passionate people.