Implementing Domain-Driven Design

Implementing Domain Driven Design Implementing Domain Driven Design presents a top down approach to understanding domain driven design DDD in a way that fluently connects strategic patterns to fundamental tactical programming tools Va

  • Title: Implementing Domain-Driven Design
  • Author: Vaughn Vernon
  • ISBN: 9780321834577
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Implementing Domain Driven Design presents a top down approach to understanding domain driven design DDD in a way that fluently connects strategic patterns to fundamental tactical programming tools Vaughn Vernon couples guided approaches to implementation with modern architectures, highlighting the importance and value of focusing on the business domain while balancingImplementing Domain Driven Design presents a top down approach to understanding domain driven design DDD in a way that fluently connects strategic patterns to fundamental tactical programming tools Vaughn Vernon couples guided approaches to implementation with modern architectures, highlighting the importance and value of focusing on the business domain while balancing technical considerations.Building on Eric Evans seminal book, Domain Driven Design, the author presents practical DDD techniques through examples from familiar domains Each principle is backed up by realistic Java examples all applicable to C developers and all content is tied together by a single case study the delivery of a large scale Scrum based SaaS system for a multitenant environment.The author takes you far beyond DDD lite approaches that embrace DDD solely as a technical toolset, and shows you how to fully leverage DDD s strategic design patterns using Bounded Context, Context Maps, and the Ubiquitous Language Using these techniques and examples, you can reduce time to market and improve quality, as you build software that is flexible, scalable, and tightly aligned to business goals.

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    1. The amount of frustration I felt reading this book is directly proportional to the value I see in domain-driven design.As others have noted you'll have to read a lot for little information. I totally agree and here are a couple of examples I have at hand:[p. 402 - Repositories - Introduction]"there are circumstances under which a collection-oriented design will work for you, and circumstances when it is best to use a presistence-oriented design. I first discuss when to use and how to create a co [...]

    2. I got this as a Kindle edition, but there is no Kindle edition, so Hardcover will have to do. EDIT: I bought the hardcover as well as the Kindle edition. I'm going to be using this book LOTS.This is an incredibly comprehensive and complete book. It takes Eric Evan's "Domain Driven Design" and roughly two hundred different blog posts, example projects and community thinking and tries to condense them into a single book.As such, it goes over DDD from a "what are we doing" requirements perspective [...]

    3. It was a really painful book to read. I had some rough idea what DDD is about beforehand and most of the time I was bored. There were some new inspiring insights, some useful structured explanation how some things should be done, but most of the contents were rather dull. I hope there is a better introductory book for DDD, as I cannot recommend this one.Whenever there was a text explaining an example code, I usually read about 10% of it, because 90% of it talked about things that were obvious by [...]

    4. It's good, but it was supposed to be better.First, it doesn't repeat the basics from the Blue Book - that's a pro.Second, it extends the DDD content by some ideas that appeared in DDD lingo after Blue Book appeared (like Domain Events) - that's a pro as well.Third, it contains a very, VERY good appendix about event sourcing - that's a big pro.But the majority of content is a bit unconvincing, you can't feel much of the value added. Examples are said to mimick RL, but they don't seem really chal [...]

    5. It's quite slow and steady, and some Java examples are really not presenting what they should, e.g. Publish-Subscribe implementation with crazy ThreadLocal in there

    6. Slušně napsaná kniha o Domain driven designu s několika zásadními nedostatky.Tím hlavním je podle mě to, že bez podrobné znalosti Evansovy knihy bude čtenář při výkladu některých vzorů a postupů tápat, co se mu autor snaží naznačit.1)První dvě kapitoly - motivace, proč se zajímat o DDD a výklad o "Bounded contextech", "Core domain", "Subdomain", Generic subdomain" "Supporting domain" apod. jsou snad ještě nudnější a rozvleklejší než kapitoly v kanonickém dí [...]

    7. Short version: excellent book on the DDD philosophy, and both the strategic and tactical patterns that you can use to apply that philosophy to your software projects. Be forewarned though, this all comes with a cost, and requires significant discipline. For best results, read as part of a group or book club.A few additional details:1. If you're in a hurry, read Domain-Driven Design DistilledDomain-Driven Design Distilled. Given that IDDD is over 600 pages, it is comprehensive. If you just need t [...]

    8. When you doubt about what you believed before about N-Layer. When you are struggling for determine the logic with big service layer, and dump (anemic) models with ORM & DTO then this book is for you.As DDD - Tackling Complexity could be consider as theory textbook. Implementing DDD filling the gap between theory and practical.It points out the pitfalls of our current architecture design (N-layers), and show how could we re-thinking about design approach with practical examples. You will find [...]

    9. Высоко-концентрированный опыт лидеров отрасли. Обильной воды, о которой некоторые пишут не заметил. Зато заметил невероятное количество ответов на вопросы человека, овладевшего теорией DDD, но не понимающего как её применить. Книга имеет огромную практическую ценность. От [...]

    10. Hard language, not very good examples. I started reading Evans book, I didn't understood why I even started reading this book.

    11. An essential read for all software developers, Implementing Domain Driven Design provides practical guidance on how to understand and model the problem spaces encountered by software. Vaughn Vernon goes into depth in each chapter starting out with the Strategic DDD patterns and finishing up with the Tactical patterns. I especially liked the story that he laced throughout of a team that encountered domain modeling challenges. This team used DDD to overcome each challenge. IDDD is a dense book and [...]

    12. Got it, because was recommended by a colleague, who did read Evan`s Blue Book (BB) and this. He said, that this is easier to read and better suited for getting into DDD. Haven't read BB yet, but IDDD seems a bit chaotic, as if it's meant to be a reference book. First chapters often refer to last chapters, which require some understanding of previous chapters. I would call it a dependency hell. It does have some good points and examples, but generally wouldn't recommend as a book for a beginner. [...]

    13. I think this is a great book in terms of the ideas it promotes, but for me somewhat flawed.It's billed as a companion to Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software and as such is less abstract and works through some case studies to get to the meat of what that the original DDD book only hinted at and actually went round and round a lot.For me it harks back to a lot of things I have recently read and done, in particular the design process for good (for some definition of t [...]

    14. Wordy, conversational style. Good coverage of aggregate, and more. Good code examples. Eric's DDD, knowledge of design patterns are prerequisites. A must read book.Review after my first attempt to read the book:The book is written in conversational and wordy style. As a result, I find it more difficult to follow than Eric's DDD book. It reminds me of the pain of reading Eric's DDD book, and the joy of reading GoF and PEAA.I have stopped reading it around 60 pages.These free ebooks might help:dom [...]

    15. I was expecting something radically new when I started reading this book. But really it turns out to be a compendium of known industry best practices taken from object-oriented design, agile methodology, service-oriented approaches and patterns theory (for example, entities and value objects).Some new terminology is introduced but the concepts are established approaches to good software design. For example, bounded contexts seem to me to be no more than a scoping exercise, typically carried out [...]

    16. Sono più di 600 pagine: arrivare alla fine richiede forza di volontà.Vernon è un bravo docente, non un divulgatore: non teme di ripetersi se deve ribadire concetti difficili, e rende concrete le idee ingegneristiche, astratte, della progettazione domain driven con codice e casi di studio. Segue le scelte di modellazione di un team fittizio e, metodo efficace se faticoso per lo studente, non mira a presentare l'unica via giusta: il team prende una strada, ne vede i limiti, ci ripensa, esplora [...]

    17. Bittersweet book. Too short and too long at the same timeIt is a great companion for the DDD book. In many cases more didactical and better structured. It presents the topics in a nice order and goes very deep, however if you are new to DDD and/or do not love DDD already, reading the whole thing will be really painful. It is a great book for deepen your knowledge on DDD, but a bit heavy if you want to start fresh.It also mentions very interesting topics like NoSQL, concurrency, CQSR but only sup [...]

    18. If you are starting your journey in domain-driven design then this is one of the very few books you ought to pay attention to. Despite being somewhat long, the information contained within is easily attained. The style of writing can be a bit boring at times as the author likes to take his time explaining new & old concepts.I recommend playing with DDD and its tactical patterns for a while before revisiting this book again. There are certain aspects of DDD that are hard to grok initially bef [...]

    19. I like the ideas of Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software (DDD), but don’t like the writing in Evans book. After many recommendations I finally read “Implementing Domain-Driven Design” and was even more disappointed. I expected practical advice and examples that help me to put the theoretical ideas of Evans to work. What I got was an academic textbook with even more cryptic explanations on topics that could be much simpler explained. (That DDD is nothing comple [...]

    20. DDD coverage refreshed for a tech-stack of ~2012 (distributed caches, messaging, NoSQL,CQRS, etc). Written in typical Vernon style, bit too verbose (for my liking), very chatty, with high noise / signal ratio. Examples might be of some value to less experienced coders. However, if you have designed a system or two then you won't get much value of these, what's more Vernon builds on top of Java stack, these are not as relevant as it was 5 years ago. Generally, I'd recommend scanning it (especiall [...]

    21. A really good refresher on the DDD essentials. A bit verbose at times, but contains lots of interesting nuggets.It places proper emphasis on non-technical aspects like Ubiquitous language and Bounded Contexts.I also really enjoy the more technical aspects (e.g. like "How large are your Aggregates?", "How to handle Value Objects with an ORM?"). These technical details are very Java-focused but the concepts translate nicely to other mainstream languages.Not the first book I'd recommend readers new [...]

    22. This book makes concrete many of the DDD ideas/patterns as some are quite abstract (to me, at least). I had read Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software, last year and I was looking to refresh and deepen my understanding of DDD. I find it maybe a bit lengthy, and I wish a few discussions be more "straight to the point", but this is a matter of personal taste. Still, I learned a lot from it and I definitely recommend it to anyone interested in applying DDD.

    23. Good and complete book about DDD. Besides well-known DDD elements from Evans book there are interesting topics like for example: Events, Eventual Consistency, two kinds of Repository design. In my opinion language of the book is more digestible than Evans one, yet the book is much more technical. It could be more compact (for example "interview" from beginning of Architecture chapter could be removed, chapter Integration Bounded Context should be more concise).Also source code should be somehow [...]

    24. I struggled to read Implementing Domain-Driven Design in its entirety, and only made it to chapter 3. My biggest problem with this book is that it is too verbose: I think the underlying concepts are not that complex, and that most of the content could have fitted into a 60-page book instead of a 600-page book. I had the same problem here that I had with Evans' Domain Driven Design in the sense that the same small set of concepts are explained over and over without adding real meat. I would recom [...]

    25. This book has a great overall idea, but the details of the implementation seem antiquated, mired in old-fashioned object oriented design. The parts that are more likely to stand the test of time are around user engagement in the development process, and sharing a common language across the project to avoid misunderstandings.

    26. Decent DDD book that expands on the original Eric Evans book. Starts off with a good summary of DDD methodology to assist reader who are not familiar with DDD. After this Vaughn goes on to discuss different aspects of DDD. Examples in book were not really helpful for me or help provide more insight/value to methodology. Put it down after reading half of the book.

    27. Very good book that provides pragmatic advice for implementing DDD concepts into your organization. Vaughn provides several very solid pieces of code that can jump start your base libraries for Domain Events, Aggregate Base, Value Object Base, and Repository Base.

    28. Excellent introduction to DDD, good description of many common issues and suggestions on how to progress. From the second half the book switches focus showing and describing code samples rather than providing a solid theoretical foundation and analysis like in the first half.Overall a must read.

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