DDD, CQRS, Hexagonal, Onion,... we have all seen the talks over the years. But how do you put this all together in a working application. This talk briefly explains each block with code examples and tools you can use to implement each.


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À bit disappointed that we didn't see code, but speaker explain it, so it's OK.(but it's why my rate is not 5/5) A nice summary of a lot of nice concept! Nice to see the code comming

Giso at 19:32 on 7 Jun 2019

The title and description do not match with the talk. There was no working application. It was merely the list we all know and have seen in other presentations.

Daniel Halasz at 19:40 on 8 Jun 2019

Very dissapoonting presentation :(

Arnout Boks at 22:57 on 8 Jun 2019

Unfortunately this talk didn't work for me. It felt like too much of an enumeration of buzzwords without deeper insights into why we would need al this, the tradeoffs and how to deal with practical issues. The diagrams were great though.

Erik de Bos at 09:15 on 9 Jun 2019

Finally someone brave enough to put it all together! I've read Herberto's blog but the speaker managed to summarise the whole clearly. Didn't miss the code because there were enough practical examples.

Tim Huijzers at 23:06 on 9 Jun 2019

I was expecting a bit more of his own experience and opinions but for me it was a bit to much of Herberto's experience and opinions. I also think it's a better idea to do Audience participation with positive questions to make sure people don't feel shamed to leave there hand down (not a criteria for the score of the talk but a tip for next time)

Bart V at 19:30 on 10 Jun 2019

A bit too chaotic for my taste with all the schemas.

I enjoy the topic itself, and the talk was nice. However, I think, the theoretical part of the talk could have been structured a bit better. Looking forward to see the code example in Github, since it is the part which I am interested the most about.

You tried to cover too much ground. It all started as a story of how you reworked a legacy application but we did not get to hear how this ended. Please pick one of the components of this talk and explain it in depth. Talk about what was good and bad, basically talk about your experiences and give some advice to people that want to attempt the same thing.

I was good to hear all the different aspects and approaches. I didn't see code examples and the talk doesn't really help putting the lessons learned into my own use cases. Would be helpful to see the slides to be able to do further research myself. Thank you.