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Friday, October 8 • 16:00 - 18:00
Translating the (event)model to code

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How do I design an application? What’s the process like? Where do I even begin?! There are numerous techniques to discover a domain. Event storming is a particularly interesting one. It is a workshop format for quickly exploring business domains, engaging both Domain Experts and Software Developers. Event Modeling adopts Event-storming sticky notes. The final piece was the UI/UX aspects to complete what more resembles a movie storyboard. While Event-storming focuses on discovering the problem space, Event Modeling creates a blueprint for a solution. We will focus on translating the event model blueprint to the source code, by using Axon Framework as a programming model and Axon Server as an event store and message broker. You will learn how to utilize tactical and strategic DDD patterns, and how to effectively apply event-sourcing and CQRS patterns in your design.

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Ivan Dugalic

Solutions Architect, AxonIQ
Solutions Architect with significant experience in designing full-stack application components and providing guidance to the solution teams in development and implementation. Skilled in a wide variety of technology stacks and learning quickly new technologies as needed. Experience... Read More →
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Sara Torrey

Software Developer, AxonIQ
Sara Torrey is a software developer at AxonIQ. She is a self-taught backend developer, who has worked with various programming languages and frameworks, namely Java and Spring Boot. She comes from a rather unusual background; she studied Music in university and graduate school. She... Read More →

Friday October 8, 2021 16:00 - 18:00 CEST
Workshop 08