"Domain Driven Design and Microservices" Virtual knowledge sharing workshop

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"Domain Driven Design and Microservices" Virtual knowledge sharing workshop

"Domain Driven Design and Microservices -Virtual knowledge sharing workshop

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  • 8 hours
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Summary:

This Hands-on workshop would help with learning Domain-Driven Design fundamentals and how to apply them for better microservices architecture. We will also cover how to decide on boundaries of microservices and how/when to split microservices using Domain-Driven Design.

Why Domain-Driven Design?

DDD is very useful for designing scalable systems and platforms and the basis for designing better microservices architecture. On the data side, DDD is useful for building distributed data architectures including data mesh. DDD also helps with organizing a large team.

This one-day workshop will help you learn how to use domain-driven design to split domain and to design better microservice-style architectures. You’ll learn the DDD vocabulary and strategic patterns. Throughout the workshop, you’ll complete exercises in which the name of the domain-driven design concept is initially hidden until you code the problem statement, and then it will be revealed. Using simple coding use cases, you’ll learn DDD from the bottom-up to understand how current and existing code bases can be refactored to use DDD.

You will learn -

The relationship between DDD and microservices

Tactical and strategic DDD patterns

Domain model as the primary and most important layer in three-tier/three-layer and hexagonal architecture

Domain events, which are the basis for event-driven architecture

And you will be able to -

Come up with a microservice using the DDD aggregate concept

Design and evolve better boundaries for microservices using DDD

Understand the domain layer and its importance in the overall success of a project

Apply DDD tactical patterns to existing code bases

Topics Covered :

The what/why/when of domain-driven design; domain-driven design and friends

What is a domain layer in the context of 3-tier/3-layer and hexagonal architecture?

Hands-on exercises- Problems 1 , 2 and showcase

Hands-on exercises- Problems 3 ,4, 5 and showcase

DDD Concept 1

Hands-on exercises- Problems 6 and showcase

DDD Concept 2

Hands-on exercises- Problems 7 and showcase

DDD Concept 3

Hands-on exercises- Problems 8 and showcase

DDD Concept 4

Hands-on exercises- Problems 9 & 10 and showcase

DDD Concept 5

Relationship to microservices architecture. Demo of microservice code using DDD. Covers when to split microservices. Sagas, microservices communication patterns.

Hands-on exercises- Problems 11 and showcase. Demo of microservice code

DDD Concept 6

Relationship to microservices architecture. Demo of microservice code using DDD

DDD Concept 7 & 8

Relationship to team topology,etc.

Modular monolith

Brief on Event sourcing, CQRS,

Brief on Event storming and Domain Storytelling - Technique to find bounded contexts.

Brief on Data Mesh and its relation to Domain-Driven Design.

Prerequisites -

  • A computer set up with the IDE of your choice e.g IntelliJ IDEA community edition or other.
  • You can use any programming language for the workshop (Java, C#, Python, Ruby, Kotlin, Scala, Javascript, TypeScript, Go).
  • Please create a repository for the language of your choice before joining the live event ( Please see sample repository for Java/gradle)
  • 8+ years of software development experience (such as Java, C#, JavaScript, Kotlin, Scala, Ruby, Python, Go, etc.)

Interested? Register and submit your details! Register here

Note: Upon submission, we'll review your profile and one of our recruiting team members will get in-touch with you to confirm your slot.

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