Are you a senior developer or architect interested in building software systems for complex domains? Many of the sessions require an advanced level of thinking about software design. If you are completely new to DDD, maybe DDD Foundations is more suitable for you.
Domain-driven design (DDD) is an approach to developing software for complex needs by deeply connecting the implementation to an evolving model of the core business concepts. * Place the project's primary focus on the core domain and domain logic * Base complex designs on a model * Initiate a creative collaboration between technical and domain experts to iteratively cut ever closer to the conceptual heart of the problem. * The premise is simple, but pulling it off in the messy real world is hard. It calls for new skills and discipline, and a systematic approach. Domain-driven design is not a technology or a methodology. DDD provides a structure of practices and terminology for making design decisions that focus and accelerate software projects dealing with complicated domains. (Text borrowed from domainlanguage.com)
The conference does not focus on any particular programming language or technology. Some sessions might have code in them, but you should be able to follow even if you don’t know the language that is used.
All sessions are in English. We also encourage all participants to speak English, even with your friends, to make it easy for others to join.
Yes, most of them. But a conference is more than a bunch of talks. You’ll miss out on the workshops, meeting new and old friends, interesting discussions, and lots of fun.
DDD Foundations is aimed at *all* roles in software, of all levels: decision makers, analysts, testers, product owners, architects, and programmers. We'll help you understand what DDD is, why your organisation should care about DDD, and where to start.
If you're already into DDD, the main conference is for you. But if you want a refresher, or if you need better arguments to move your team to DDD, DDD Foundations is a great way to start.
They're all great! Drop us an email, we'll help you decide.
You'll have access to all the sessions on the dates included in your ticket. Some sessions may have limited capacity. The organisers reserve the right to refuse entrance to a sessions, for example when the session's maximum capacity was reached. Some sessions may require pre-registrations. The main conference, DDD Foundations, and the pre-conference workshops, all require separate tickets (or a combo ticket). All tickets include lunch and beverages. Not included in the ticket price are accommodation, travel, dinners, or any other costs, unless specifically indicated.
According to EU VAT law, we must charge VAT for online ticket sales with the same laws as if we were selling tickets at the door. This means that EU citizens including businesses and non-EU citizens / businesses must all pay VAT tax. You may be able to deduct the VAT cost in your country.
Yes. Your confirmation email contains a link to the invoice. Make sure you enter your company name, VAT, and details in the checkout process.
By credit card, PayPal, or bank transfer (choose 'Invoice' in the checkout screen.) We don't really like PayPal so avoid it if you can.
If you want to bring your team, contact us and tell us which events and workshops you're interested in, and we'll see what we can do.
If you bought a ticket, but you want someone else in your company to attend instead, you can use the self-service features of the ticketing system, or you can get in touch and we'll do it for you.
Sometimes things don’t work out as planned. In that case, we’re happy to refund your ticket up to two weeks before the event. There will be a 10% administration cost, and transaction costs may apply. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
We do not have any scholarships at this time.