Knowledge Crunching, Building Blocks, & Contexts

Domain-driven Design    |    Beginner
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Domain-driven design is a software development approach for building enterprise applications from the domain model out. Explore DDD, knowledge crunching, the main building blocks of DDD, and subdomains and contexts.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe the need for knowledge crunching
    describe best practices for conducting domain expert interviews
    describe knowledge crunching from the developer perspective
    describe knowledge crunching from the domain expert’s perspective
    describe the key aspects of continuous learning
    describe the key aspects of knowledge-rich design
    describe the uses of documents and diagrams in DDD
    describe the key aspects of the domain model in DDD
  • describe the key role of domain experts in DDD
    describe the purpose of the core domain
    describe the purpose of generic subdomains
    describe subdomains and their purpose
    describe bounded contexts
    describe context maps
    recognize the various building blocks and architectures of DDD

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