List/Grid Tag Archives: DDD

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Domain Modeling: Naive OO Hurts

I’ve read a post recently on two ways to model data of business domain. My memory is telling me it was Ayende Rahien, but I can’t find it on his blog. One way is full-blown object-relational ...
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Modelling Is Everything

I’m often asked, “What is the best way to learn about building high-performance systems”? There are many perfectly valid answers to this question but there is one thing that ...
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On DTOs

DTOs, or data-transfer objects, are commonly used. What is not s? commonly-known is that they originate from DDD (Domain-driven design). There it makes a lot of sense – domain objects ...
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On domain-driven design, anemic domain models, code generation, dependency injection and more…

Eric Evans has formulated what domain-driven design (DDD) is. Martin Fowler is a great supporter and advocate of DDD. These are remarkable names and it is almost certain they are supporting ...
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Using the State pattern in a Domain Driven Design

Domain driven design (DDD) is an approach to developing software where the complexity of the problem is addressed by connecting the implementation to an evolving model of the core ...
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