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Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise, Second Edition by Andrea Saltarello, Dino Esposito

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Chapter 8. Introducing Domain Model

The model and the heart of the design shape each other.

—Eric Evans

About 10 years ago, a relatively young and fast-growing company hired Dino for ASP.NET training. They said that they mostly wanted some advanced web stuff, but they also wanted to learn more about those emerging patterns that help shape a more conceptual view of the business domain. They asked if they could reserve a day to get an overview of domain-driven design (DDD).

People with at least a smattering of DDD were not numerous at the time. Fortunately, Andrea was one of them and we were already in touch. So Andrea put together a quick primer on DDD that helped Dino immensely to prepare the extra day for the customer. By the way, that customer ...

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