Chris is a freelance consultant based in York, Uk with experience working in the public sector, small and large companies throughout North Yorkshire. Chris has over 10 years experience with PHP and has a keen focus on both software architecture and none functional requirements such as security, performance and maintainability. In his free time, Chris can often be found producing or playing with experimental libraries and contributing to Zend framework.
Friday 30th September AM
You've just stepped out of the third product meeting this week and still have no clear idea about how the new feature that the product owners are so excited about is supposed to work but you are clear on one thing: this feature will be make or break for the company and it is important to get it right.
Event storming (otherwise known as attack of the post-it notes) is a relativity new technique for exploring and modelling a problem as a group. It is a valuable technique which everyone on the development team, not just the software engineers, can benefit from.
During this workshop we will use event storming to explore a sample domain and produce a model based on the key domain events. We will then look at how this model can be refined and turned into a working piece of software.