Trench Talk – Models and friends with Yves Reynhout
Mittwoch, 21. Oktober 2015 um 18:00 Uhr
Hallo Berner .NET Freund
In Zusammenarbeit mit der .NET User Group Zentralschweiz veranstalten wir im Oktober ein weiteres Event. Am Dienstag findet das Event bei der .NET User Group Zentralschweiz statt, am Mittwoch bei uns.
Nutze die Gelegenheit und sei dabei!
- Teil 1 Trench Talk Teil 1
- Pizza Break mit Erfahrungsaustausch
- Teil 2 Trench Talk Teil 2
This talk about domain driven design takes the janitor’s cut to models and friends. How they’re crunched, born, tested against scenarios, how they’re useful, what distinguishes them from others, how they’re visualized and communicated, how they change over time, how they do not always turn out the way you want them to be, how some of them turn to mud, how they don’t live in isolation, how … well, you’ll just have to attend to hear more, won’t you?
He’s a very passionate human being, passionate about what he does and how he lives his life. Apart from the constant improvement of his skillset, he also gives back, sharing what he’s learned. Loyal, “firm but fair”, empathic are traits people have come to associate with him. Though getting results is what counts, he fully realizes the journey is what gets us there.
His past work involved building web-native, multi-user products with enterprise scale features such as high configurability by end users, authentication & authorization, printing & reporting, integration with third parties & devices using both messaging and remote procedure calls. He analyzed, designed, documented, fleshed out models, architected solutions into bite-sized portions, wrote automated test specifications at the unit, integration, story, and UI level, wrote code at every layer and tier in the stack, scripted deployments and engaged in the operational side of running software at customer sites, all in order to satisfy requirements and customer happiness.
As a technical and team lead, he bridged the gap between product owner, technology, team, problems and solutions. Facilitator during agile planning meetings, teacher during coding dojos, presenter during knowledge transfer sessions, are but a few of his past efforts. It’s safe to say that, throughout his career, teaching and learning have been the only constants.
His areas of expertise are Domain Driven Design, Command and Query Responsibility Segregation, Eventsourcing, Test driven development, Messaging, etc. One last thing, he still writes code 😉
Das Hashtag auf Twitter: #dnugbett
Wir freuen uns auf Deine Teilnahme!
Martin Affolter, Kay Herzam und René Leupold