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We have moved our community from Slack to Discord. The Slack channel was created to set an environment where discussions could happen and allow a new avenue for the practice to get adopted. That purpose is better served by Discord which allows community members to interact and coordinate better. You can join the community through this link:
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Full mini-workshop for InfoZone.se on Event Modeling.
Bobby Calderwood’s Mini Course
A community discussion with the Copenhagen DDD meetup group done remotely. Here we start some Event Modeling exercises.
Event Modeling being explained to the DDD Greece meetup group.
This is the first public recording of a talk on Event Modeling. It was recorded at the Event-Driven Meetup in Seattle, WA. James Nugent was presenting on the Raft consensus algorithm that same night.
This is a discussion with Roy Osherove about Event Modeling and Event Sourcing. It gets into details of implementing systems using event storming that are described with event modeling.
Online Modeling Tools:
ONote is a browser based tool for event modeling exclusively. It focuses on the cadance of event modeling and real-time collaboration.
Modellution is a web platform designed for modeling information systems. It allows real-time visual collaboration, estimates, Jira & ClickUp integrations, and code-generation. There’s free commercial version available.