Pragmatic architect working on low latency trading systems at SG CIB for more than 10 years now (after 7 years of web development), Thomas likes to understand how things are working under the hood.
eXtreme Programmer since 2005 and obsessed by use cases (Vs. solution-driven approaches), he enjoys to demonstrate at work that Domain Driven Design is fully compliant with the low latency space. Speaker, Brown Bag luncher, Software Craftsman addicted to coding dojos,Thomas is also the creator of NFluent: a (Fest-assert like) .NET open source library.
Introduced by Eric Evans in 2004 via his
Blue Book, Domain Driven Design (DDD) has received tremendous positive feedbacks from many developers & communities over the years. On the other hand, we have to admit that DDD has since not been widely used in the trenches or within most of our development projects... How can we explain such failure in its diffusion? Is DDD in itself difficult or is it just the way people used to present it which makes it hard to grasp and inaccessible?
Through our various (more or less successful ;-) experiences, we will try to highlight what DDD is using a simple and more accessible approach. The opportunity for us is to show you how helpful it can be for your day-to-day projects. Wouldn't be the perfect time for all of us to ease the DDD onboarding for beginners and to reboot DDD for experts?
Room: Sagres - Time: 5/12/2016 11:45:00 AM