Domain-Driven Design has a reputation for being hard to grasp for newcomers. In this session Nick Tune will introduce several open-source tools that even people with no prior DDD experience can utilise to create a loosely-coupled architecture.
Learn how to gain the benefits of Domain-Driven Design to create a loosely-coupled architecture without needing to read any books on the topic.
DDD has a reputation for being esoteric and hard to grasp for newcomers. So the community has been working hard to simplify the user experience for people new to DDD by providing practical tools like the Bounded Context Canvas which even people with no prior DDD experience can benefit from to design loosely-coupled microservices.
These tools will provide you with instant value. You can use them right away on the systems you are building. The tools also help you on the path to mastery of DDD. And all of the tools are open source and creative commons, so nobody is trying to sell you anything.
You can also check out the Miro board used in the session here.
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