Wardley Mapping – resources

Resources ~note, this page will be continuously updated ~ This is a reference page for Information, notes, links to tools and articles recommended for learning and using Wardley Maps The At WardleMaps now on LEF http://www.wardleymaps.com/ >(https://leadingedgeforum.com/advisory/wardley-mapping/) A highly recommended section is the research and as an example this one ”A Glimpse of the Post-Corona […]

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Why Maps? Why Wardley Maps?

Why (Wardley) Maps? In short; because if you have a map you have a context and it gives you situational awareness – without a map to navigate your business, or personal, goals you are probably walking in a dark room with the light of a matchstick – with a map you are walking in the […]

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Commands and commandHandlers

CQRS and Event sourcing – Resources When looking at this video walk-through of OAuth Event Modeling in Go by Jamie there was a question about how to handle commands without the need of switches over the command types. So my reply on that got a little longer and thought I would share the resources I […]

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EventStore(DB) Getting Started

https://github.com/JimiSweden/eventstore-getting-started Here is the repository for my getting started project following the guide from eventstore.com To be continued… Eventually

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Brick by brick

Brick by brick, piece by piece, part by part – anything an object? anything an event? What if.. you did lay out the bricks in a good way, to support the small house you started to build, but then decided you should widen your house, or perhaps make it taller, and just started over – […]