Making Sense of Bounded Contexts

Don’t forget, a Bounded Context is an explicit boundary within which a domain model exists. The domain model expresses a Ubiquitous Language as a software model. The boundary is created because each of the model’s concepts inside, with its properties and operations, has a special meaning. If you are a member of such a modeling team, you’d know exactly the meaning of each of the concepts in your Context.

Bounded Context Is Explicit and Linguistic

A Bounded Context is an explicit boundary within which a domain model exists. Inside the boundary all terms and phrases of the Ubiquitous Language have specific meaning, and the model reflects the Language with exactness.

It is often the case that in two explicitly ...

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