Key Facts and Insights
- Domain-Driven Design (DDD) is a software development methodology focused on solving complex business problems by connecting the implementation to an evolving model.
- DDD emphasizes the importance of a Ubiquitous Language that is shared by both technical team members and domain experts to ensure clear communication and understanding.
- The book introduces the concept of a Bounded Context, which is a way to partition a system into distinct sections each with its own model and language.
- DDD distinguishes between Entities, which are objects defined by their identity, and Value Objects, which are defined by their attributes.