Domain-Driven Design (DDD) is a software design approach that focuses on the core domain of an application. It is a set of principles and patterns that help you build software that is maintainable and scalable in complex problem domains.
Explore your business domain through a collaborative workshop and build a shared understanding between domain experts and developers. I can facilitate an event storming workshop and guide you through the process.
Focus your development efforts on the part of your software that differentiates you from your competitors. We will identify the core domain of your application and design a strategy to focus your development effort there.
In a complex problem domain, it is crucial for developers and domain experts to speak the same language. By building a ubiquitous language, used by stakeholders as well as in source code, we can avoid misunderstandings and improve communication.
Let the domain model in your code reflect your mental model and ubiquitous language by applying tactical DDD patterns such as aggregates, entities, value objects, events, and more.
As a freelance Domain-Driven Design consultant my focus is not on implementation of functionality or providing additional development capacity. Instead, my aim is to improve the Domain-Driven Design know-how of your team so that they become better at continuously delivering high-quality software. I do this by providing advice, training, coaching, and pair-programming to your team, and by helping you to improve your processes and practices. My goal is always to help the team to become self-sufficient and in the end make myself redundant.
I offer Domain-Driven Design consulting sessions per hour, half day, and full day. Are you looking for a long-term collaboration? Request a custom quote for a discounted rate.
€ 150 /hour
€ 510 /half day
€ 960 /day
€ 900 /day
All prices are excluding VAT.
Would you like to hear more about how I can help your team or organization with Domain-Driven Design, or you have any other questions?
Let's get in touch!
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