What makes you a DDD’er?


From twitter: https://twitter.com/mathiasverraes/status/1298665213978447873?s=20 Using collaborative modelling to build a shared understanding of your domain and use it to guide your design _is_ the philosophy behind DDD though. The rest is the principles, patterns, and practices. But perhaps just doing EventStorming does not actually make you a DDD'er, but what is? In today's panel, we will discuss with several people from the community what makes you a DDD'er? Joining us are: Emanuela Damiani Krisztina Hirth Mathias Verraes Jessica White Nick Tune


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