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Floyd Marinescu , Abel Avram

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21 Dec 2007 1411609255 978-1411609259
Domain Driven Design is a vision and approach for dealing with highly complex domains that is based on making the domain itself the main focus of the project, and maintaining a software model that reflects a deep understanding of the domain. This book is a short, quickly-readable summary and introduction to the fundamentals of DDD; it does not introduce any new concepts; it attempts to concisely summarize the essence of what DDD is, drawing mostly Eric Evans' original book, as well other sources since published such as Jimmy Nilsson's Applying Domain Driven Design, and various DDD discussion forums. The main topics covered in the book include: Building Domain Knowledge, The Ubiquitous Language, Model Driven Design, Refactoring Toward Deeper Insight, and Preserving Model Integrity. Also included is an interview with Eric Evans on Domain Driven Design today.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Helpful information but needs an editor's touch 25 Feb 2010
By Nathan D. Alden - Published on Amazon.com
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The information in this paper (I wouldn't really call it a book) is useful and helps adjust one's perspective from "get-it-done-yesterday" coding to actually using our brains and thinking about the real-world problems we're trying to solve. It is indeed a Cliff's Notes version of Domain-Driven Design. The ordering of the chapters makes sense and progresses from simple concepts to more complicated ones.

Unfortunately, this paper reads like it was written in just a couple of days. The author uses prose throughout, and the text is in desperate need of an editor. Words that don't exist, unnecessary punctuation and other grammatical mistakes litter the text. Normally I wouldn't be too concerned about this except that the vast majority of the text suffers from this problem. It's actually quite distracting.
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1.0 out of 5 stars One star for being about a decent topic 27 Nov 2010
By Scott Mccoy - Published on Amazon.com
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I would give this booklet only a star, and the star is only warranted because it's a decent topic and it appears that the authors have something of an understanding of this topic. This is where the compliments end because the booklet is so poorly written that it's nearly unintelligible. The chapters contents are not presented coherently, and appear to jump around from sub-topic to sub-topic on each paragraph without direction. The text is littered with spelling and grammatical errors. The writing style is like a ramble of a disorganized lecture.

I was expecting upon reading the description of this text that it would simply be a highly consolidated reference to the definitions created in Eric Evan's DDD. I was hoping that there would be a few instructional chapters, with the focus being on the correlations of the DDD concepts. I was hoping I could quickly and decisively refresh my memory on the terms of DDD by briefly skimming this text. Instead I found myself muddling through a long ramble where every second or third sentence requires careful inspection to ascertain what the intended statement is.
3.0 out of 5 stars good introduction 25 April 2014
By Ashraghi - Published on Amazon.com
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First of all I have to confess that I did not read Eric Evan’s DDD book, so I started with a short version of DDD it. In my opinion a beginner with DDD can find helpful information and the introduction is clear but there are many grammatical and editorial mistakes which a reader should not find in a book. In the next edition the book must be edited by many experts and code examples must also be added.
4.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed reading this book. It was a nice introductory text 8 Mar 2014
By Mark Pearl - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved reading this book. Many of the principles of refactoring and speaking the ubiquitous language hit a home run with me. Also some of the patterns and practices to implement in complex systems really appealed to me. An easy and enjoyable read to get used to DDD
4.0 out of 5 stars Short, easy to read, and thought-provoking 19 Aug 2010
By Matt - Published on Amazon.com
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If you can forgo reading a print copy, this 100-page book is freely available online, courtesy of InfoQ, in PDF form. I have not yet read the primary reference by Eric Evan, who coined the term Domain-Driven Design (DDD). Therefore, I can't comment on how well this summary distills the DDD concept. Nevertheless, this short book is easy to read and understand, and I appreciated the thought-provoking perspective presented about domain model design.
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