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Chapter 2 The Domain Model - Continued Fig. 05 DDD diagram for other Domain objects We are continuing our journey in the Domain model. Aggregates As we discussed the domain model’s is composed...

Chapter 1 Introduction In the last 10-20 years, a huge hype has accumulated around microservices and domain-driven design (DDD), and rightfully so. I am writing this body of articles as a way for m...

Introduction You should be considering this nanodegree if you have absolutely zero knowledge about AWS and cloud computing in general. Some of the content covers subjects that you are very likely ...

Monolith architecture An application has a monolithic architecture if it contains the entire application code in a single codebase. A monolithic software application is a self-contained, sing...

Traps Equality in .NET In the C# language we have 2 types of equality Value equality this is just like in math this is understood to be so if their values is equal. For example 5 is equal to 5 and ...

Introduction When starting something new, it is always best to start from the root. So let’s talk about the beginnings of C#. Developed by Anders Hejlsberg in 2000 Originally ca...

Chapter 6 Introduction In this chapter we will turn our attention to creating working software, this is the responsibility of the “Construction” Engineering activity. While writing code [ coding ...

Chapter 5   Introduction With the completion of Requirements Engineering and generation of appropriate Requirement Models, we have a solid understanding of the Problem Domain. We will move our f...

Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 3 examined Requirements Analysis and we briefly talked about the importance of modeling as a core activity of analysis. There are various analysis methods, where ea...

Chapter 3 Introduction In the previous chapter we completed an overview of the most important process models, now we will turn our attention to Software Engineering Activities. Requirements Engin...