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I don't understand the hype,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Implementing Domain-Driven Design (Kindle Edition)
I work as a DEV in banking for several years. We use idioms like CQRS and event sourcing for a while in this place. My mindset is heavily coined by Evans DDD.
As Evans book is explicitly not about specific technologies this one in contrast talks about concrete frameworks and features introduced by a certain version. How likely is it that such title will be timeless? I’d rather expect to read such details from blogs.
I would have hoped for a mapping of DDD concepts to technologies along their properties. See e.g. “Martin Fowler: Software Design in the 21st Century” where he explains why NoSQL stores can deal much better with aggregates than RDBMS.
I wonder why the author chose such an abstract guiding theme as “Project Mgmt” and “Collaboration” to explain the (also) abstract concepts of DDD?! The idea of “Cargo” (Evans) was much easier to grasp - at least for me.
The book shows a lot of source code where some graphics could have done a great job. It jumps back and forth referencing DDD concepts only explained in later sections.
I really liked the reference list as it gave me some direction for further reading. Furthermore I appreciate the idea of putting REST/SOA in the DDD context.
IMHO the style of writing is a bit wordy so I skipped many(!) pages. If you have a kindle get the free excerpt and make up your mind. I give this book only two stars as I could hardly find any news in it and it's lengthy prose.