This is the part of the book where we apply everything we've learned, and you get to see if I practice what I preach.
After having come up with a design, whether it be using Event Storming, Event Modeling, or Event just boxes, shapes, and arrows, we're in a much better position to start coding up our project.
For DDDForum.com, before I started coding, I had:
- an Event Stormed model created that identified all of the events, commands, queries, aggregates, and views
- Several of the policies/business rules thought out and identified that would affect how and when specific commands and events occur.
- Wireframes created with Figma to verify the exact attributes that I'd need on each model …
This book’s mission is to teach developers the essential skills and practices to write testable, flexible, and maintainable code.
You can read more about the learning journey in the "Software Design and Architecture Roadmap 🖼️".
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