Fiction, with Bucketfuls of Reality

As I contemplated how to best present implementation guidance for contemporary use of DDD, I wanted to provide justification for everything I say should be done. That meant supplying not just the how, but the why. It occurred to me that looking at a few projects as case studies would appropriately illustrate why I made a certain suggestion and demonstrate how proper use of DDD will solve the challenges commonly faced.

Sometimes it’s easier to look at the problems faced by other project teams and learn from their misuse of DDD than it is to look inward. Certainly, once you recognize the flaws of others’ work, you’ll be able to judge whether or not you are leaning in the same precarious direction, or even standing ...

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