We live in a world of constant change. Today we generate more data than we can consume, and it contributes to the constant changes that we observe. Within the IT industry, we have the ambition to create flexible and reliable solutions that can cope with the demand for changes. We created frameworks, new programming languages, and abstracted the management of hardware with the cloud offering. Our industry provides tools and techniques that allow organizations to achieve the promised land of delivering business value to match the changing world. This is why we see many companies make a move towards microservices for mostly the same reasons; creating smaller deployable units, and to achieve a shorter and quicker feedback cycle. Moreover, many companies see the need for Domain-Driven Design to be able to do it.
To effectivly do Domain-driven design companies start to do EventStorming to help us to understand the domain better to design better microservices. However, EventStorming can be quite an overwhelming experience. Developers can be left with the question of how to turn a few stickies on a wall into working code.
Read João Rosa and mine Xpirit magazine #9 article to know how to go from EventStorming to coding.