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DDD Denver

  • Code Talent 3412 Blake Street Denver, CO, 80205 United States (map)

Design and Integration: DDD and Event Sourcing

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Events! - Josh Maletz

Join us as we use and discuss Event Sourcing. We will look at the architectural style of Event Sourcing for persisting our domain aggregates - the pros and cons of the style based on the context. We will also look at some gotchas my teams have faced over the last year, in terms of looking at domain events and mixing the concepts of event driven architectures whilst using event sourcing for persistence - how they can relate and when things may get cloudy.


• 6:30 PM- 7:00 PM - Food & drink (including alcohol) provided and conversation - a big thanks to Code Talent for sponsoring the catering! 
• 7:00 PM - 7:05 PM - Announcements
• 7:05 PM - 8:30 PM - Main presentation and conversation

About the Presenter 

Josh is a Sr. Engineering Manger at Nordstrom Credit Services (all opinions are his own), tinkerer, primarily a .NET developer, and a huge fan of DDD. 

This is a group for those interested in learning about and adopting DDD, and includes a number of experienced domain-driven design (DDD) practitioners. Our goal is to encourage building a DDD culture in the mile-high region, within is organizations and their teams, and helping you follow through with successful implementations. Our name says Denver, but we have members attending from along the front range, including Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs. 

Our group includes those who have practiced the tenets of DDD for decades and who have adopted the more formal patterns and practices established by Eric Evans in his book, Domain-Driven Design--Tackling Complexity in the heart of software. Some of our practitioners regularly teach DDD immersion, present at conferences, mentor and consult, and write on the subject. 

Join us for discussions on topics such as realizing business value from DDD, how to build a DDD culture, overcoming barriers to good design, and successfully implementing DDD. 


Earlier Event: September 12
Rocky Mountain Angular
Later Event: September 20
Papers We Love Denver