Storystorming DDD Vienna

Storystorming DDD Vienna

Storystorming (https://storystorming.com/) is a toolbox and mashup of existing methods to collaboratively explore user journeys, work procedures and business processes and refine them into working software models. Storystorming facilitates many opportunities for collaboration between business and technology experts, helps them to visually connect the dots and discover what your organisation needs to be successful.

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Martin Schimak

September 25, 2020
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  1. Storystorming DDD Vienna

  2. Storystorming

  3. Why?

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  5. Writing code is modeling reality new

  6. Our mental models are the first models which matter.

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  9. I imagine and expect us to be living a mindset

    of 80% collaboration
  10. © Paul Rayner‘s „Essential DDD“ workshop in Denver 2018 `s

    three pillars
  11. Basic Building Blocks Human or Group Command or Activity Machine

    or Component Question or Search Behavior or Decision Statement or Object Attention or Uncertainty Event or Exception Deliverable or Proposal Storystorming
  12. Storystorming

  13. Behavior or Decision Behavior Human or Group Command or Activity

    Machine or Component Question or Search Statement or Object Attention or Uncertainty Event or Exception Deliverable or Proposal Brewing a coffee Selecting more sugar Selecting amount of beans
  14. Participants Human or Group Machine or Component Command or Activity

    Question or Search Statement or Object Attention or Uncertainty Event or Exception Deliverable or Proposal Behavior or Decision Employee Coffee Machine Barista
  15. Messages & Language Command or Activity Question or Search Statement

    or Object Event or Exception Behavior or Decision Human or Group Machine or Component Attention or Uncertainty Deliverable or Proposal Brew a pot of coffee! Is coffee left in the pot ? The pot is empty. The coffee is ready!
  16. Implementation Knowns & Unknowns Attention or Uncertainty Deliverable or Proposal

    Behavior or Decision Human or Group Command or Activity Machine or Component Question or Search Statement or Object Event or Exception Regulate heating plate Does the heating plate need access to espresso machine events?
  17. Human or Group Command or Activity Machine or Component Question

    or Search Behavior or Decision Statement or Object Attention or Uncertainty Event or Exception Deliverable or Proposal https://storystorming.com
  18. Storystorming

  19. Easily explore specific domain scenarios! EVENTSTORMiNG

  20. Easily explore specific domain scenarios!

  21. My Domain Storytelling Scenario o I need to get an

    understanding of the problem addressed by some work procedures carried out by certain people, BUT … o the people who know the details are domain experts, not trained business analysts, software designers or software developers o discussions tend to end up in details and it is difficult for me to see the wood for the trees, often because of all the "brownfield" we are in o I feel that the real problems and better solutions remain uncovered, because I cannot (yet) even ask the right questions
  22. Attention Annotation Basic building blocks of Domain Storytelling Actor Work

    Object Activity + + +
  23. Ticketing screen plan available seats Customer Cashier confirms reservation available

    seats reservation number recommends asks for screen plan reservation finds seats in confirm seats in generates tells 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  24. Basic Building Blocks Human or Group Command or Activity Machine

    or Component Behavior or Decision Statement or Object Attention or Uncertainty Event or Exception Storystorming Question or Search Deliverable or Proposal
  25. Attention Annotation Basic building blocks with Storystorming Actor Work Object

    Activity + + + Context @martinschimak Human or Group Machine or Component Activity Object Behavior or Decision Attention or Uncertainty
  26. Storytelling. As simple as it really is! @martinschimak Object Actor

    Activity
  27. Storytelling. As simple as it really is! "A story consists

    of sentences. A sentence consists of three basic building blocks!" @martinschimak ticket reservation Customer asks for
  28. Storytelling. As simple as it really is! @martinschimak Object Subject

    Verb "A story consists of sentences. A sentence consists of three basic building blocks!"
  29. The sentence with a receiving actor @martinschimak Customer calls and

    asks for ticket reservation Cashier "The customer calls and asks the cashier for a ticket reservation."
  30. @martinschimak A B C Customer calls and asks for ticket

    reservation Cashier Ticketing System finds seats in screen plan Time Actors Story "The cashier finds the seats in the screen plan of the ticketing system."
  31. @martinschimak A B C Customer calls and asks for ticket

    reservation Cashier Ticketing System finds seats in screen plan Time Actors Story suggests available seats 1 2 3 "The cashier suggests the available seats to the customer."
  32. @martinschimak A B C Customer calls and asks for ticket

    reservation Cashier Ticketing System finds seats in screen plan Time Actors Story suggests available seats 1 2 3 Seats are available
  33. @martinschimak Customer calls and asks for ticket reservation Cashier Ticketing

    System finds seats in screen plan suggests available seats Seats are available confirms suggested seats reserves seats in screen plan generates reservation tells reservation number Customer likes seats
  34. @martinschimak Customer calls and asks for ticket reservation Cashier Ticketing

    System finds seats in screen plan suggests available seats Seats are available confirms suggested seats reserves seats in screen plan generates reservation tells reservation number Customer likes seats Tickets required Tickets reserved Could the seats be gone by now?
  35. Let your domain expert do it him/herself, e.g. on a

    table! Be helpful with the method! Then start to ask questions. EVENTSTORMiNG
  36. Let your domain expert do it him/herself, e.g. with Be

    helpful with the method! Then start to ask questions. EVENTSTORMiNG
  37. Pro Hint :-) Don't "model"! Let your expert tell a

    story! Pro Hint :-) Don't "model"! Let your expert tell a story! Human
  38. Time! We are a family of four (two parents, two

    teenagers) and have to take care of shopping on a regular basis. Everybody should help a bit from time to time! Therefore we use a mobile ToDo App with a shared shopping list. All family members can add shopping items to this list, such as e.g. "1 loaf of bread". Items may be marked to be urgently needed on a certain date. The shopping list will then inform all family members about such an urgently needed item. Whoever has time or comes by a suitable shop just marks any bought item as Done in the shopping list. Hands-on #1 Storytelling Visualize the actor's activities sentence by sentence using activity verbs & objects Mobile To Do App Martin Object Activity Verb Object Activity Verb Assumption about behavior Kathi
  39. Time! Imagine we shopped a bit too much and need

    a ride: "Let me see, I could use one of these cars which are now parked everywhere in the city." Our car sharing app allows customers to find nearby cars. One can reserve a car for 15 minutes. When we approach the driver's door with our mobile's NFC, the app asks to confirm the current rate per kilometer. After this, the car opens its doors, and we may start the ride. Finally, when a car is closed from the outside and using the mobile's NFC the ride is finished and our card is charged on a kilometer basis. Hands-on #2 Storytelling Visualize the actor's activities sentence by sentence using activity verbs & objects Car Martin Object Activity Verb Object Activity Verb Assumption about behavior Car Sharing App
  40. Drafting a blockchain workflow for a steel industry startup Simple

    customer interaction scenario 1 Scenario with resellers involved 2
  41. Some results from EventStorming Capturing two detail "stories" 1 2

    3 Getting side-tracked :-) Considering a few deliverables 4 Discussing billing improvements for a telco provider
  42. Investigating a (largely paper-based) support process Here is the pain

    with mistakes made in support requests 1 Here is the correction pain resulting from it 2
  43. Using a grid "Grids" allow you to easily insert, move

    and delete "sentences" (columns) and "actors" (rows)
  44. Using Events for variants Event or Exception

  45. Capture and tell variant!

  46. Telling Problem stories Attention or Uncertainty

  47. Mapping details to stories Deliverable or Proposal

  48. Storystorming

  49. Super Sticky Post-It Bangkok Collection • orange 'event' (2) •

    magenta 'attention' (2) • blue 'command' (2) Super Sticky Post-It Marrakesh Collection • dark green 'statement' (2) • blue 'command' (1) • lilac 'behavior' (1) • dark yellow 'human' (1) (plus one other color) Super Sticky Post-It Miami Collection • blue 'command' (2) • pink 'machine' (1) • light green 'question' (2) (plus one other color) Super Sticky Post-It Standard Collection • light yellow deliverable' (6) Storystorming Yourself
  50. Thank you! Full 14h Remote DDD with Storystorming Training? Oct

    12th-14th 2020 -> https://techtalk.at/trainings/storystorming In-house/Remote Trainings or Workshops -> https://plexiti.com