Context Oriented Architecture: put the boundary in the right place

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Rated 4

Luca Saba at 19:38 on 14 May 2016

I really liked this talk. Maybe too many aspects to talk and not enough time to see them in depth. But it really catched my attention.

Rated 4

fmosca at 19:44 on 14 May 2016

Lots of useful advice, it drove home the point that we should focus on the "contexts" of our work, both in a DDD sense and in a "we are part of a company that share a goal" sense. A bit more time would have helped tho.

My feeling was that if I didn't know the subject in advance I'd failed to get the whole picture. Really good anyway

Rated 4

cirpo at 08:18 on 15 May 2016

I really enjoyed the fact it was a real use case, not another ddd generalistic talk. Kudos

Rated 4

daniele orru at 11:50 on 15 May 2016

Interesting DDD practical approach, loved the talk!

Rated 5

Simon Vocella at 16:58 on 15 May 2016

Good talk!

For me one of the best talk in this edition, I mean real example, great message for the junior... this would be into the best 10 talk on how to become a great dev.

Great talk about DDD in real life, i've really appreciated the description of the overall architecture

Rated 5

Giorgio Cefaro at 09:29 on 16 May 2016

A lot of interesting stuff, well explained and great examples "from the battlefield"

Rated 5

Sergey Kibish at 08:34 on 17 May 2016

Very nice and prepared talk. A lot of advises on way of thinking (DDD) while developing apps. Nice to hear real life examples!

Although it's not always easy to explain such architectural style, the speaker has been really straightforward.
I really appreciated how he have explained his experience, and specially why they have used DDD to face critical business problems. Kudos to the idea to use Bounded Context through API!!