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Writing Great Specifications: Using Specification by Example and Gherkin by Kamil Nicieja

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Chapter 11. Managing large projects with bounded contexts

This chapter covers

  • Refactoring large specification suites
  • Recognizing false cognates and duplicate concepts
  • Managing bounded contexts
  • Drawing context maps
  • Fitting domain-driven design into an SBE process

This is the final chapter in our four-chapter series about managing specification suites. Chapters 8, 9, and 10 talked about managing small- to medium-sized suites. In this chapter, we’ll split a large specification suite into several smaller suites, each of which will be a unified model of a particular subarea of a complex business domain. In doing this, you’ll see how the challenge of managing large specification suites can be viewed as a task of managing multiple medium-sized ...

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