Event storming requires an appropriate space and several low-tech tools. In this video, learn what you need to do an event-storming session.
- [Instructor] Now you do event storming … with a bunch of simple tools. … The important one is the sticky note. … So this is a very sticky note intensive process. … First order of business with event storming … is you put one event per note … and then arrange them left to right on a whiteboard. … Now you'll notice looking at this picture … that they're not putting the notes directly on the board, … and that's actually kind of important. … There are a couple of physical issues here. … Sticky notes don't stick to paint very well, … but they stick to paper really well. … So generally speaking when you're doing event storming … you can't just stick the sticky notes up on a wall … because they'll start falling off after a while. … Instead what you do is you take a piece of paper, … tape it up to the wall, … and then put the events onto the piece of paper. … Not only does that work better, … but it makes it easier to move things around as necessary. … It has the other advantage that … if you don't have a lot of wall space …
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