Wednesday

Room 5

11:40 - 12:40 (UTC+01)

Talk (60 min)

Aligning Bounded Contexts with Subdomains in Legacy Code

One way or another, each system contains some kind of boundaries. I would go so far and claim that even the dreaded Big Ball of Mud systems consist of parts that could be perceived as separate though undoubtedly only under deep scrutiny. The difference is in the “thickness” of the boundaries and the measure of interrelationships between the different parts of the system, the frequency and amount of data that is passed across the fences. It is the latter that leads to increased coupling resulting in systems that are hard to maintain and hard to change. This presentation will present a story of an attempt to achieve an alignment between perceived subdomains, logical boundaries and source code structure in a legacy system. Based on the use case from healthcare we will go into technical detail on concrete steps that were followed to create a new bounded context using strategic Domain-Driven Design and 4+1 Architectural View Models.

Architecture
Software Design
Methodology/Process

Mufrid Krilic

One of CoWorkers at CoWork, Norway, a consultancy travelling together with the customers on their IT-transformation journey.

I have 20+ years of experience as software architect, developer and coach, in telecom and healthcare, thus being deeply involved in developing enterprise-solutions in complex domains. The major part of the last 10 years of my professional career has been devoted to leading and coaching different development teams, by cultivating knowledge sharing in the organization and increasing co-developer’s business understanding. My professional philosophy is rooted in Domain-Driven Design and in building agile and technical coaching culture on an organization-wide level.

Apart from work I enjoy spending time engaging my kids in STEM activities. I am an enthusiastic First Lego League mentor and have actively contributed to the FIRST community locally and internationally.