In Chapter 1 of your book you have the following definition:
EVENT An event is an occurrence within a particular system or domain; it is
something that has happened, or is contemplated as having happened in that domain.
The word event is also used to mean a programming entity that represents such an
occurrence in a computing system.
One of the meanings of the word event seems strongly related to domain driven design
(DDD) is this what it is, does DDD make Event Processing easier?
Hi Gian. As you noted one of the meanings of the word "event" is the event that happened in the "real-world domain" and not in the computerized domain (which is a proxy of the former). An approach of DDD can be helpful for many type of event-driven application; One of the common types of application is the one whose goal is to find some events or event patterns that we wish to react to, DDD approach can focus us to the real-world situations to which we wish to react, and then we can map the relationships between them and events, and define the patterns that will be used at run-time to detect that these situations occur. This can evolve based on the business environment evolution, which means that connecting it to the domain knowledge might be very important for such application, and this follows the DDD paradigm.