Decoupling the Model from the Framework


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Anonymous at 09:48 on 14 Nov 2014

Solid presentation!

Forgot to mention that I teach courses on Domain-Driven Design :-)

Very nice presentation without slides! You made it very clear with good examples.

Concepts were clearly explained but I missed some concrete examples and I was also lost a couple of times as it is difficult to keep the concentration for 45 minutes, and having no slides, it is difficult to catch up if you get distracted for a moment. In my opinion, this talk with examples that people can relate somehow to their own code would be much better. Anyway, you must be very brave to present without slides, I would not be able.

Anonymous at 18:58 on 14 Nov 2014

Great stuff! I always learn alot about architecture from you

Anonymous at 19:00 on 14 Nov 2014

I like this subject very much and you did a good job describing the reasons for introducing some less often used types of objects in our applications. I couldn't agree more. However, I was also missing something to support my brain a bit. Just listening to these things isn't quite enough for me, I'd really like to have some visual clues too, at least to be able to create a reusable aggregate of my personal recollections of this talk :)

Carl Vuorinen at 11:17 on 15 Nov 2014

First talk of the morning, but I really enjoyed it. Lot of great insight to DDD and domain centric architecture. The analogies were well explained and helped deliver the point even without slides.

Solid presentation, It was easy to follow the train of thought and understand the benefits of DDD. However to understand it in practice was harder I would have liked to see examples.

Really solid stuff on DDD. I sometimes missed a few clarifications on terms used since I'm not always familiar with the terminology used in DDD. Impressive to do it without slides!

Anonymous at 15:35 on 15 Nov 2014

Great talk! The stuff about commands and command handlers was really useful, need to try to get that into my workflow

Really interesting stuff and in general good presentation. You should work little bit on breathing and not getting too excited. Maybe couple of slides would give you time to catch breath.