On Wednesday, 16 August 2023, from 19.00 until 21.00 hrs (CEST)
Michael 'Monty' Montgomery will be holding a free lecture in Zurich
In short: In Refactoring DDD, IDesign master architect Michael ‘Monty’ Montgomery explores the evolutionary origins of The Aggregator! A curious emerging trend seen in many modern DDD+Microservices systems. Going back to the beginning, Monty reveals the common ground between classic DDD and IDesign’s volatility-based decomposition (VBD) approach. Complementary comparisons turn into stark contrasts as Monty highlights the many problems teams face when they attempt to graft microservice concepts onto their DDD architectures. For each problem, Monty demonstrates the inherent solution the IDesign Method provides.
Monty continues by illuminating these abstract problems in the real world. Monty chronicles the incredible cost and productivity drain of watching every team in a large corporate-wide digital transformation organically arrive at the necessity of the Aggregator. In contrast, Monty demonstrates how one small team ‘the little team that could’, avoided the costly and time-consuming circuitous route by going straight there with the help of the IDesign Method.
Meet Michael 'Monty' Montgomery: Michael ‘Monty’ Montgomery is a master software architect with IDesign. Monty is an expert in distributed system design and state-of-the-art microservice development techniques. He has mentored many teams around the world, expediting their mastery of IDesign’s original methodologies and helping them successfully deliver innovative distributed systems on-time, on-budget and on-quality. Monty conducts IDesign’s unique Architecture and Detailed Design Clinics, which are intense, immersive, hands-on system design and career invigorating experiences. Monty also leads IDesign’s Service Fabric Master Class, a must for modern developers and architects. Monty has co-authored the 4th Edition of Programming WCF Services with Juval Lowy and published many articles on architecture always sharing his unique ‘From the Field’ perspective. His article, ‘Escaping Appland’ has received international attention for its insightful point of view. Monty speaks regularly at .NET and industry related events around the world.