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Implementing Domain-Driven Design by Vaughn Vernon

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Focus on the Core Domain

With an understanding of Subdomains and Bounded Contexts, consider an abstract view of a different Domain found in Figure 2.2. This could represent any domain, perhaps even the one you work in. I’ve removed the explicit names so you can mentally fill in the blanks. Naturally, our business goals are on a path of continuous refinement and expansion reflected by ever-changing Subdomains and the models within. This diagram only captures the whole business Domain at a moment in time with a specific perspective, and one that could be somewhat short-lived.

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Figure 2.2. An abstract business Domain that includes Subdomains and ...

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