- This is the Shared Kernel pattern. We call it this whenever we share a database schema and when subdomains are mutually dependent on each other. We'll also be sharing the base utilities and core domain object base classes throughout the project, but in a real-world micro-service deployment, it's often the case that teams' bounded contexts aren't even written using the same language. …
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