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Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns: With Examples in C# and .NET by Jimmy Nilsson

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Appendix A

1 Please note that when they received the input, the idea was to require an application server in the scenario, something I changed later on for Chapter 4.

2 If you work as a “technology leader” in an IT department, I’m sure you’ve noticed that when you are ready to move on to the next thing, people around you haven’t really grasped what you’ve been talking about lately.

3 Jimmy’s note: As I mentioned in the introduction to this appendix, an application server was in the requirement from the beginning but was removed later on.

4 You can, for instance, think of the StringBuilder class that is used to build a string.

5 If you, an order taker, misread two zeros in the price, are you then liable?

6 This is one of the many problems ...

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