Domain-Driven Design is an approach to software development, and contains a number of tactical patterns which we can use in projects with lots of business logic complexity.
Here's how it works:
- Discover the domain model by interacting with domain experts and agreeing upon a common language to refer to processes, actors and any other important phenomenon (like events and side-effects to events) that occur in your problem domain.
- Take those newly discovered terms and embed them in the code, creating a rich domain model that reflects the actual living, breathing business and its rules.
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