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A very conceptual representation of a "Bubble Context" and its relationship to legacy.

Escaping Legacy while Avoiding Strategic Traps

Sep 03, 2009 Eric Evans discusses the need for strategic thinking and how early design decisions have major impact on …

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Eric Evans: What I’ve learned about DDD since the book – introduction

This is the introductory part of the talk Eric Evans gave at a meeting of DDD-NYC group. Since the talk …

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Eric Evans: What I’ve learned about DDD since the book

In this talk, first presented at QCon London 2009, Eric Evans describes what he’d learned about DDD since the book …

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Quicker Frameworks

By Rickard Öberg May 2009 You may have noticed that dynamic languages are becoming more and more popular these days. …

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Rebecca Wirfs-Brock: Interview at OOPSLA 2007

Rebecca Wirfs-Brock is one of those people who did DDD long before it was called that. She kindly agreed to …

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Markus Völter: Interview at OOPSLA 2007

Markus Völter works as an independent consultant and coach for software technology and engineering. He focuses on software architecture, middleware …

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Harald Wesenberg: Presentation at OOPSLA 2007

Agile Enterprise Software Development Using Domain-Driven Design and Test First by Einar Landre, Harald Wesenberg and Jørn Ølmheim

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Interview with Dan North and Liz Keogh: BDD+DDD

Dan North and Liz Keogh, the people behind Behavior-Driven Development, spoke about how BDD complements DDD with Vladimir Gitlevich at …

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Video Coverage of OOPSLA 2007, Montreal

OOPSLA 2007 Montreal Interviews Rebecca Wirfs-Brock is one of those people who did DDD long before it was called that. …

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IAnticorruption – A Domain-Driven Design Approach To More Robust Integration

For the last two years, Custom House software development team has been making a major push to apply DDD on …

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