Matthias Bohlen is a coach and trainer for software engineering, as well as software architect, IT consultant and expert for Lean/Kanban.
Matthias Bohlen has a unique way of explaining complicated things clearly and making them implementable in small steps. In his iSAQB-accredited courses, he mainly teaches domain-driven design (DDD), architecture documentation (ADOK) and architecture evaluation (AWERT).
Since 2001, he has been advising software development teams who want to release high-quality, reliable software on a regular basis without having to make a heroic effort. With software architectures that are better and easier to maintain, strategically designed teams can progress more courageously and effectively in the development. Domain-driven design provides an excellent foundation for architecture, work breakdown and team setup.
Matthias Bohlen has been a member of the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB) since 2012 and is committed to qualification of software architects there. In addition, he regularly speaks at conferences and writes for specialist journals. He was a member of the editorial team of OBJEKTspektrum.