Context Maps and the patterns associated with them were a part of Domain-driven Design from the early beginnings. They have proven to be a powerful method of making complexity between bounded contexts explicit. However there have not been many advancements with regards to Context Maps over the time. This talks aims to push the topic a bit further by
a) introducing categories for the context mapping patterns
b) adding an eighth pattern to the list
c) proposing a notation for drawing context maps
In addition to that the talk will highlight use cases for context maps and their benefits.