Ideas that scale, presented as provocative five minute shorts with something for everyone from leadership to the most junior agile team member.
Because we’re addicted to certainty, blocking, and synchronization, developers tend to deal with the uncertainty by building a fortress.
— Vaughn Vernon, Modeling Uncertainty with Reactive DDD
Reactive DDD, an Economic Case
BRSG’s Ideas that Scale discusses Reactive DDD, vlingo.io, as a cloud ready Java OSS platform that addresses the inefficiencies—and unnecessarily high costs—of enterprise software in the cloud.
Reactive DDD, Shaped by Language
BRSG’s Ideas that Scale discuss the domain-driven design storyboard and how organizational, financial, and budgeting concerns are worked out in its Problem Space where agile inter-team conversation, coordination, refinement, and adjustment are served by its Solution Space. Moreover, how the pattern language of domain-driven design ensure alignment between business and technical concerns.
Why Domain-Driven Design
BRSG’s Ideas that Scale discusses Information Theory as the basis for domain-driven design being the best possible channel for information technology to serve its business.
Reactive DDD as Low-Entropy Channel
BRSG’s Ideas that Scale discusses how domain-driven design, as a pattern language that covers organizational through deployment aspects of enterprise software, is the single best way to align business and information technology for valuable, accurate, reliable, consistent, iterative delivery of business software.