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Kenny Baas-Schwegler
Strategic technology consultant, Sociotechnical architect, Agile technical coach, Domain-Driven Design consultant, public speaker and stoic thinker.
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Marco Heimeshoff 12h
Tomorrow at 16:30 we'll have a SunDDDay discussion: EventStorming and User story mapping for domain discovery. Join and me on
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Domain Driven Design Cologne/Bonn May 24
SunDDDay discussion: EventStorming and User story mapping for domain discovery with sounds interesting
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Virtual Domain-Driven Design May 24
We just planned our first SunDDDay panel discussion upcoming Sunday at 16:30 CET. We will talk about 'EventStorming and User story mapping for domain discovery'. More details on our site and on
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Kenny Baas-Schwegler May 24
No matter what architecture, imo the repository is part of your domain. So the implementation in the code as an interface should be part of the domain layer no matter what architecture. Repository interface in the domain, the implementation of it as adapter in the infra (in p&a)
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Joost van Wollingen May 23
Another Test Masters Series meetup coming up on the 18th of June in Amsterdam. This time we will focus on Testing in Production and Observability, with two great talks by and
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Dr. S.A. Applin May 22
"SHOCKING," said no woman, ever. (Hire Anthropologists)
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Sam Newman May 22
Replying to @TotherAlistair
By the way, this idea of separation of concerns between the business functionality and routing/transport concerns is by no means new. I and many others have cited the Ports and Adaptors/Hexagonal architecture ideas from as prior art in microservices 16/18
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Rebecca Wirfs-Brock May 22
Would love to see you in my workshop in Amsterdam. We will learn several practices that you can use to make architecting activities more intentional and visible on agile projects and programs.
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Kenny Baas-Schwegler May 22
Yes totally agree. also showed this picture of a tree being supported by wood (kinda similar to the one below) as an example for legacy which I really liked.
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Woody Zuill May 22
This is what I use:
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Kenny Baas-Schwegler May 22
So the problem with the word legacy imo is that people get a negative feeling with it. Which always cause a drift to low performance system trap. Meaning we let our standards slip and make it worse. Maybe the code was not that bad after all....
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Ine Verhoeven May 20
Aan alle mensen op deze aarde. Praat over . Want het gaat ons allen aan. Het is een . Kijk niet weg uit eigen . Het gaat ook de aan. Ik heb incest meegemaakt.
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Kent Beck May 21
Review has become the bottleneck in many collaborative software development workflows. BS Changes are diffs that change behavior or structure but not both, making them easier to review at the cost of more developer time.
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Anton Stöckl May 21
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Abeba Birhane May 21
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jess May 19
the secret is that i don't do this once, but like, infinitely, recursively
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Francois Lorioux May 19
Spent three days at ncrafts Paris. Great one day introduction to Event Storming by and (many thanks to them!). Then was two days talks and hands-on. Very good knowledge refresher and opportunity to hear from great developers!
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Kenny Baas-Schwegler May 19
Tender, love and care :-)
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Kenny Baas-Schwegler May 19
I must also thank my wonderful friends and for the hospitality in Paris. That African dinner was really, really great! I'll remember it for next time :D
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Kenny Baas-Schwegler May 19
On my way back home from with a lot of awesome memories! Thank you for creating an awesome, inclusive, diverse conference with a lot of new insights gained. There aren't many conference like this that also treats their speakers with so much TLC!
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