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Tag Archives: Domain Driven Design

Singleton Design Pattern

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This article is part of our Academy Course titled Java Design Patterns. In this course you will delve into a vast number of Design Patterns and see how those are implemented and utilized in Java. You will understand the reasons why patterns are so important and learn when and how to apply each one of them. Check it out here! ...

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Modelling Is Everything

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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 stands out for me above everything else, and that is modelling. Modelling what you need to implement is the most important and effective step in the process. I’d go further and ...

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Domain-Driven Design Using Naked Objects

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I just had a chance to read a newly released book, ‘Domain-Driven Design Using Naked Objects’ by Dan Haywood [http://www.pragprog.com/titles/dhnako] that provides an insight into the world of DDD. If nothing else, this book is for techies & management people alike. Although Naked Objects is covered as the implementation framework (to explain practically, all aspects of DDD), this book serves ...

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Rich Domain Model with Guice

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The anaemic domain model is a really common anti-pattern. In the world of ORM & DI frameworks we naturally seem to find ourselves with an ORM-managed “domain” that is all data and no behaviour; coupled with helper classes that are all behaviour and no data, helpfully injected in by our DI framework. In this article I’ll look at one possible ...

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Domain Driven Design with Spring and AspectJ

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In a previous post hosted at JavaCodeGeeks, our JCG partner Tomasz Nurkiewicz presented an introduction to Domain Driven Design using the State design pattern. At the end of that tutorial, he admitted that he had left out the process of how to inject dependencies (DAOs, business services etc.) to the domain objects. However, he promised to explain the details in ...

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Using the State pattern in a Domain Driven Design

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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 business concepts. The term was coined by Eric Evans and there is a DDD dedicated site which promotes its use. According to their definition (Glossary of Domain-Driven Design Terms), DDD is ...

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