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Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns: With Examples in C# and .NET by Jimmy Nilsson

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Chapter 4. A New Default Architecture

In the past, I’ve been pretty data-centric in my application architectures. Lately, this has gradually changed and my current default architecture is based on a Domain Model. This is why the title of this chapter is “A New Default Architecture.”

New to whom, you might wonder. It depends. When you describe Domain Model to some, they will say “Yes? Isn’t that how it’s always done?” At the same time, another large group of developers will say “Hmmm... Will that work in reality?”

No matter in which of those two groups you belong, we are just about to start a journey together exploring the Domain Model, and especially how to build it in the spirit of Domain-Driven Design (DDD).

We will start the journey with ...

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