If you’ve been anywhere around enterprise software architecture these years, chances are high that you’ve run into questions like “what is the right granularity of microservices?” or “Are Microservices and Bounded Contexts the same thing?”
In the next paragraphs, I’ll try to clarify as much as I can.
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Exploring your domain talking with different stakeholders can provide a lot of insight in terms of boundaries and competing languages to describe the business complexity. EventStorming can help a lot during the process, but there may still be a blind spot when it comes to including External Users (not necessarily limited to the customers category) in the picture.
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If your organisation is active on multiple business channels or business lines, mapping the bounded contexts might turn out a little more complicated.
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If you already know me, you should remember that my position towards “remote EventStorming” wasn’t exactly favorable. However, the Coronavirus changed everything in or space, so a different position might be needed. Before starting to read this post I suggest you to read Remote EventStorming first.
At the moment of writing, Italy is in lockdown. EventStorming, as it was conceived like put all the key people in the same room, is forbidden, dangerous and strategically suicidal. So I guess some of the thoughts in my previous article needs to be reconsidered in the face of the changed scenario, where working remotely, possibly from home, becomes the norm.
This article’s approach is not general purpose: my consideration about remote workshops in normal times still stand, and I really hope to revert back to that status quo. But we’re not there anymore, and here I will write my current thoughts about EventStorming in a world where meeting in person is a risky luxury and still people need to explore complex domains, design sophisticated processes and collaborate across silos. Continua la lettura di EventStorming in COVID-19 times
This is my position about the idea of Remote EventStorming before the COVID-19 which changed a few things. I suspect it will be interesting again once the emergency will be over. If you’re under restrictions and need to keep on modeling, you may want to have a look also to EventStorming in COVID-19 times after reading this one.
EventStorming is not a single recipe for workshops. It comes in different flavors, and with different purposes.
Before exploring the impact of turning it remotely, we need to make sure we understand what we’re talking about. Continua la lettura di Remote EventStorming
È da un po’ che stiamo ronzando attorno a PopcornFlow, e finalmente abbiamo avuto l’occasione di ospitare Claudio Perrone a Bologna per la prima edizione italiana del suo workshop. Continua la lettura di Due o tre cose che ho capito di PopcornFlow
Madrid, maggio 2011…
Siamo a XP2011, una delle edizioni più importanti della XP Conference.
Tra le tante attività della conferenza, alcuni dei partecipanti sanno che c’è una saletta dedicata in cui sta per succedere qualcosa di importante. Si parla di fondare quella che poi diventerà ALE (Agile Lean Europe).
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A marzo 2014 ho avuto la fortuna di partecipare alla prima edizione della Scuola XP.
L’idea è partita dagli amici di 7Pixel, che poi hanno coinvolto Matteo Vaccari ed Antonio Carpentieri, che a loro volta hanno coinvolto me.
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Dopo il mio post Introducing EventStorming, finalmente ho trovato il tempo di scrivere ancora su questo tema.
Il focus, questa volta, è sulle persone.
People are the primary ingredient for a successful party. You’ll need good music and drinks too, but if the girls won’t show up, the party will be lame
You’ve been reached by some buzz around EventStorming, you may even have experienced it in some evening event t the local user group. Now you fell like trying the experiment in your own company. But then a question pops up.
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In the past months I’ve spent some time experimenting with this weird thing. It started like a “Ouch I have no time to draw a precise UML diagram, let’s do this instead” then became a thing called Event-Based modelling workshop that I presented at Italian Agile Day 2012, I later had the chance to do more experiments in Belgium and Poland during Vaughn Vernon’s IDDD tour, and I gathered incredibly valuable feedbacks and insights. I managed to find a cooler name – EventStorming – just before the whole thing exploded in summer 2013. While I realised there was a lot of value in it, other practitioners (Mathias Verraes, Tom Janssen, Marco Heimeshoff, Yves Reynhout, Tomas Jaskula, Alessandro Colla, Andrea Balducci, Jef Claes, just to name a few) started exploring and playing with the format with amazing results, leading me to the conclusion that this is something more than “just another workshop format”.
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