Thursday 3rd April, 2014
4:00pm to 5:30pm
How will you model your ever-changing world? Domain-driven design (DDD) codifies perspectives on reality into a domain model, which is realised as a software system around which valuable services can be constructed. As business domains change, our requirements and models must follow. Dynamic languages, such as Python and Ruby, coupled with document databases, can produce flexible domain models that can gracefully accommodate new information that wasn't explicitly modelled by the original designers. Discover when and how dynamic language solutions are most appropriate for domain models, and understand the trade-offs.
Founder of Sixty North, an application, consulting and training business. Open source hacker and hobby technologist by night. Living and working in Oslo.
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