In this workshop you will learn to have meaningful conversations about business processes and software requirements by telling and visualizing stories. Domain Storytelling is a versatile tool in every DDD practitioner’s tool belt and equally useful to product owners, managers, business analysts, software architects, and developers.
Learn how to prepare and moderate Domain Storytelling workshops for…
- understanding a domain,
- finding boundaries for services and bounded contexts,
- establishing a shared language between domain experts and IT expert,
- designing software-supported business processes,
Register Now: October 26-28
What You Will Learn
- Pictographic language
- The workshop format and the role of the moderator
- Overview of purposes
- Modeling a new domain and finding boundaries within it
- Choosing the right scope
- Modeling as-is and to-be processes
- Deriving user stories and user story maps
- Integrating Domain Storytelling into the software development process
- Choosing between Domain Storytelling and other modeling tools like EventStorming
- Modeling real-world examples from the participant’s domains
The workshop does not require programming skills. It is suited for people working as software developers, user experience designers, Scrum masters, product owners, product managers, project managers, and business analysts.
Workshop participants will receive a complimentary digital copy of Domain Storytelling: A Collaborative, Visual, and Agile Way to Build Domain-Driven Software.
Read the blog post Why EventStorming practitioners should try Domain Storytelling by Henning Schwentner and Stefan Hofer.
Read the book, Domain Storytelling: A Collaborative, Visual, and Agile Way to Build Domain-Driven Software, by Stefan Hofer and Henning Schwentner.
Vaughn Vernon, Stefan Hofer, and Henning Schwentner discuss the origins of Domain Storytelling, the importance of Collaborative Modeling to the successful outcome of a software project, and tips for learning the technique.