Much of the software we write is built to support a business process, this generally means validating and storing user data into a database. Often this is a mismatch with the actual business process, which is more reactive and task oriented. In this talk we’ll look at using business events to drive the evolution of our software design and see how we can build a model which better reflects the businesses processes.


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Nicolas Carlo at 11:49 on 10 Nov 2019

It was very interesting. I learned about the Task Based UIs 👍

At the two-third of the talk, I felt there was a bit too much information to grab at the same time. Maybe there would be a way to focus only on some parts of the architecture to make it easier to understand in details in a 40min talk. The overall architecture would be something interesting to discover during a workshop. That would be my only suggestion for this. It was very nice, thank you!

Babarinde at 14:08 on 10 Nov 2019

Very well delivered

Good talk, but should work on the slides (too small font and light elements on white background)

I enjoyed the talk, it certainly gave me new ideas to do a research on. However, I got lost at some point, maybe because of the short amount of time (40 minutes), things sped up a little bit.

Milana Cap at 17:09 on 18 Nov 2019

I loved the examples and some new perspective on user journey. I'll definitely take another look when video gets out.

Thank you Christopher.