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Most discussions about the implementation of a new system or component (especially when considering a microservices based architecture) start by evaluating the various technical options and challenges that they come with. However, the real business value isn’t in these technical choices, but in the functionality. While the use of frameworks seems to trigger some controversy in the DDD community, they can provide great value in separating the functional aspects from the technology.
In this session, Allard Buijze will share the lessons he has learned on DDD (and CQRS) while building Axon Framework. How can a framework help developers build better software, faster. Why do certain frameworks fail, and take you down with them? How can a framework promote, instead of inhibiting, the use of a good model?
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Pragmatic Event-Driven (Micro)Services
Allard Buijze is Chief Technical Officer at Trifork Amsterdam. As a member of the management team Allard is responsible for Trifork's ability to translate clients' business challenges into pioneering technical strategies and solutions. Allard is client-oriented and actively involved in helping customers reach appropriate future-proof, technical decisions.