June brings DDD to Skills Matter

As the temperatures start to rise, DDD fever hits Skills Matter this June.

The man who needs no introduction, Gojko Adzic, kicks off the month’s expert training with Eric Evans’ DDD Immersion Workshop.

This intensive four day course teaches you how to put the domain model to work, and how to strike a healthy balance between digging into your subject matter and addressing technological issues.

Eric Evans is the author of Domain-driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software, and will be making a guest appearance during the course in London.  this course combines to great effect practical exercises with discussions and lectures.  But you don’t need to take our word for it — check out Paul Rayner’s blog on Eric Evans’ course: http://www.virtual-genius.com/blog/post/Domain-Driven-Design-Immersion-Course-e28093-Part-1.aspx

Eric Evans will also be the keynote speaker at the sold out Skills Matter DDD eXchange 2010.  Eric will be starting the day with his thoughts on Emerging Themes in Architecture and DDD in 2010, before giving in the afternoon a session on Folding Together DDD and Agile.

Check out Eric Evans at last year’s DDD eXchange:  Strategic Design & Responsibility

Also among the faces appearing at the star-studded event this year include Udi Dahan — fresh from delivering his courses on NServiceBus and Distributed SOA at Skills Matter, Greg Young author and trainer of CQRS, Domain Events, Event Sourcing and how to apply DDD, and founder of the London .NET User Group, Ian Cooper.

If you haven’t been able to beg, borrow or steal a ticket for this year’s sold-out event, you can still subscribe to the waiting list on the event page, and don’t forget to follow the DDD eXchange on twitter @skillsmatter #ddd.  Videos from all the talks will be posted online.

Closing the month at Skills Matter is Simon Brown’s Software Architecture for Developers. This course has been designed to jumpstart your way to becoming a software architect, by taking full advantage of the technical knowledge that you already have, and then broadening your software development skills.  An interactive introduction to software architecture and what it means to be a software architect, you’ll consistently reinforce everything you learn by defining the architecture for a small software system through a series of hands-on exercises.

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