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An Introduction to Domain-Driven Design

Domain-driven design is hard, it requires us to understand the complexity of business logic. Along with building a domain modeling, we must go through the steep learning curve for the domain. There are tons of frameworks out on the internet which is explained using the DDD approach. But every time we look through those examples, we will feel it is not appropriate to the business nature of the company.

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