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

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Chapter 10. Introducing CQRS

Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.

—George Bernard Shaw

As discussed in Chapter 5, “Discovering the domain architecture,” there are two distinct but interoperating parts in Domain-Driven Design (DDD). The analytical part is about discovering the top-level architecture, using the ubiquitous language to dig out bounded contexts and their relationships. The strategic part is about giving each bounded context the most appropriate architecture. A decade ago, the standard architecture for a bounded context was a layered architecture, with a domain layer made of an object-oriented, all-encompassing model and domain services. The effort of developers was then to crunch knowledge about the domain ...

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