Alumni/Industry Lecture: Sasa Djolic - Event-Driven Design (EDD): An Inside Look at a New Paradigm for Software Development

Thursday, June 18, 2020 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
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Title: Event-Driven Design (EDD): An Inside Look at a New Paradigm for Software Development

Speaker: Sasa Djolic, VP Software Development, Mastercard

Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM.  Networking starts at 5 pm, talk begins at 5:15 pm. 

Location: Zoom (Zoom meeting information will be sent out to participants 2 days before the event).

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Abstract: 
There have been many changes in the tools and techniques of software development over the last several decades. Is EDD just another fad of the hour or a more fundamental shift in the way software will be built in the future? Join Sasa Djolic as he talks about what EDD is and recounts lessons learned from building a ridesharing app following EDD principles. We will talk about why you might want to follow EDD and will explore several EDD design patterns. If you’re interested in any of the following topics, you will find this talk interesting: event-driven architectures, eventsourcing, CQRS, Actors, statecharts, DDD

Bio:
Sasa Djolic is currently VP Software Development at Mastercard. He is the founder of Persistr: an EDD framework and SaaS platform. Previously, Sasa was Director of Engineering at Kater, a Mobility-as-a-Service company, where he built a ridesharing app to compete with Uber and Lyft.

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