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Alberto Brandolini
I like to solve problems and to write software that does that. I'll flood you with sticky notes and call it . I run
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Alberto Brandolini 5h
Replying to @matthiasnoback
Cool stuff, I also added a comment. Looks like you bumped into something I like. :-)
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Alberto Brandolini 5h
Replying to @aleix_mp @adymitruk
Just to make things even clearer: we never choose the architecture upfront. Problem is defining constraints for the architecture.
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Alberto Brandolini 6h
Replying to @aleix_mp @adymitruk
...however, the problem space isn't flat. Statistically, most of the blockers turned out to be good candidates for CQRS, mostly separating read models from models. CQRS isn't a general purpose solution but tends to work great where traditional modeling fails.
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Alberto Brandolini 6h
Replying to @aleix_mp @adymitruk
Big Picture gives enough info to discover the most compelling problem to solve and to sketch context boundaries. Inside bounded contexts many different solutions are possible. However...
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Alberto Brandolini 10h
Replying to @aleix_mp @adymitruk
However, short answer is "both". But with different recipes.
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Alberto Brandolini 10h
Replying to @aleix_mp @adymitruk
We discover business domain with Big Picture , we use it for envisioning startups and to discover major impediments in established businesses. Sometimes the solution is software and then CQRS/ES can be an awesome weapon. Sometimes the solution is on the human side.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 16
Replying to @TonyBologni @adymitruk
This is valuable, but still deeply entrenched with Software Development. We're using also as a tool for organization retrospective, a learning accelerator for the enterprise.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 15
Replying to @adymitruk
It’s a matter of perception: if is seen as “a DDD thing” will inherit some traits, like the common “it’s a developer thing”.
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Adam Dymitruk 🇨🇦 Jul 15
After considering all that's happened, stands on its own and does not need , , or . It does, however, greatly benefit from /es concepts that business can understand. I'll be writing about how to communicate effectively this way.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 14
With being the most updated entry point.
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 14
Book it’s currently providing the best advice for Big Picture while for Software Design the key content is still mostly on videos.
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Cédric Pontet Jul 13
My sketchnotes for revisited. Thanks again to , staff and all the participants for a great and challenging event. I'm proud to be part of the community and looking forward to the next steps to spread this incredible technique
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 13
This is an awesome workshop design! Lock the room. Draw something so that an AI can understand what you mean. and allow you to the next stage. Repeat. Sounds like a horror movie too!
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 13
Replying to @ylorph @abdullin
I guess it works better with traps, like "oh, we are locked in this room full of markers and food, and there's no way out"
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Alberto Brandolini Jul 13
Replying to @abdullin
Adobe draw on IPad.
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avanscoperta Jul 13
"Putting business, software, and user experience experts on the same page!" Time to understand what is all about during the next Master Class himself will be holding (in English!) in Milan, now capital of orange post-its (and not fashion anymore)!
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Adam Dymitruk 🇨🇦 Jul 13
Replying to @ziobrando
I'm not sure we're even aware how much this helped the global community especially around and /es - but more importantly around effective communication in organizations in general!
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Kenny Baas Jul 10
My summit sketchings about my conversation with et. al. Heuristics about using As-Is Vs To-Be and when to use it. Heuristics about facilitating an event storming. Blog post incoming.
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avanscoperta Jul 12
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Paul Rayner Jul 11
Artifacts from summit session on modeling team flow (i.e. value steam mapping) using EventStorming. Will publish something soon.
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