Event Modeling


Event Modeling Event Storming Semantic Memory Episodic Memory

Natural Human Thinking - Event Storming vs Event Modeling

Let's try to analyze why Event Storming & Event Modeling works and lay out the basis for future research in information system modeling.

Rafal Maciag

· 3 minutes
User Experience Context Measures

Great User Experience Demands Event Modeling

Implementing software products that increase market share and profits require comprehensive and complete understanding of the context and measures audiences need to be successful. Event modeling is leaps and bounds ahead of all other techniques in context and measures collaboration.

Eric Lau

· 4 minutes
Intro Background Theory

Event Modeling Traditional Systems

Event Modeling can be applied in designing systems that will store state in traditional databases. By providing a more thorough design, the solution can be implemented with a lot less waste that usually comes in the form of having to re-visit finished items as the solution is built up.

Adam Dymitruk

· 7 minutes
Intro Background Theory

Event Modeling: What is it?

Event Modeling is a way to design a blueprint for an Information System of any size or scale. It is done in a way that allows the clearest communication of the system's workings to the largest possible cross-section of roles in an organization. The system can be checked for completeness by following the single thread of data propagation through it.

Adam Dymitruk

· 17 minutes