Meetup: June 13, 2018

On 13th of June we would like to invite you to our next community meetup of the Munich Node.JS User Group. Please sign up on Meetup to give us a hint how many nodehackers are coming!

What?

On 13th of June we have the following schedule:

  • 18:00: Doors open

    Please note we have a new location in the Arabellastrasse 4a, next to the BayWa-Tower

  • 18:30: Beer and Pizza
    sponsored by TNG

  • 19:15: Stronger together, part 1: Domain-driven design (DDD)
    by Golo Roden

    For the development of complex software an interdisciplinary team is required. Unfortunately, we have never learned to communicate across disciplines. This makes it difficult for domain experts, developers and designers to understand each other – which is ultimately reflected in the software that solves the wrong problem, arrives on the market too late and whose quality is not right. Domain-driven design (DDD) focuses on the development of a common language and promises to improve interdisciplinary communication. But how does DDD work? Golo Roden introduces you to the concept, and shows how it relates to more technical design patterns such as event-sourcing and CQRS.

  • 20:45: Stronger together, part 2: wolkenkit
    by Golo Roden

    So you have modeled your domain using DDD, and you have decided to use event-sourcing and CQRS as the base architecture of your application. Now what? How do you transfer your model and those architectural decisions into code? Although numerous software projects fail due of the lack of interdisciplinary communication, some also fail because of the chosen principles and technologies. As a solution, Golo Roden introduces you to wolkenkit, an open-source CQRS and event-sourcing framework for JavaScript and Node.js that perfectly matches DDD, and that allows you to focus on what's essential: Solving actual real-world problems in no time.

Where?

TNG Technology Consulting GmbH
Arabellastrasse 4a 81925 München

We wish you a nice journey:
by U-Bahn: Arabellapark (U4)
by Tram: Linie 17, Haltestelle Effnerplatz by Bus: Linie 59, Haltestelle Effnerplatz


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