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Event Storming for Everyone (LaraconEU 2019)

Event Storming for Everyone (LaraconEU 2019)

Event Storming is an adaptive workshop-based method of learning and discovery that promotes involvement from stakeholders with different backgrounds. In this session, you will learn how Event Storming leverages the combined knowledge of your entire team. You will also see how it can help your team gain a more complete understanding of your business processes. How? With an unlimited modeling surface, markers for everyone, and an inexhaustible supply of post-it notes. We'll cover the basics of how Event Storming works, how workshops are run, and a few examples showing how everything fits together. By the end, you'll be ready to experiment with Event Storming and know how to sell Event Storming for your team's next big project!

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Beau Simensen

August 30, 2019
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  1. For Everyone Beau Simensen

  2. Beau Simensen @beausimensen • @astrocasts • @thatpodcast

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  7. I focused on the wrong bits

  8. Tactical Patterns

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  10. Event Sourcing and CQRS

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  12. –Beau Simensen “I have these great tools, but I don’t

    feel more successful.”
  13. Strategy Patterns

  14. Ubiquitous Language

  15. Words mean things

  16. Ubiquitous, not universal

  17. Bounded Context

  18. Words mean different things in different contexts

  19. –Alberto Brandolini “It’s developer understanding that gets captured in code.”

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  24. Accessible tools

  25. Minimal jargon

  26. Everyone gets a marker

  27. Unlimited Modeling Surface

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  29. 48 Hours Earlier...

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  31. Envoyer.io++

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  60. –Alberto Brandolini “It’s developer understanding that gets captured in code.”

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