Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns: With Examples in C# and .NET

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Pearson Education, May 8, 2006 - Computers - 576 pages

Patterns, Domain-Driven Design (DDD), and Test-Driven Development (TDD) enable architects and developers to create systems that are powerful, robust, and maintainable. Now, there’s a comprehensive, practical guide to leveraging all these techniques primarily in Microsoft .NET environments, but the discussions are just as useful for Java developers.

Drawing on seminal work by Martin Fowler (Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture) and Eric Evans (Domain-Driven Design), Jimmy Nilsson shows how to create real-world architectures for any .NET application. Nilsson illuminates each principle with clear, well-annotated code examples based on C# 1.1 and 2.0. His examples and discussions will be valuable both to C# developers and those working with other .NET languages and any databases–even with other platforms, such as J2EE. Coverage includes

· Quick primers on patterns, TDD, and refactoring

· Using architectural techniques to improve software quality

· Using domain models to support business rules and validation

· Applying enterprise patterns to provide persistence support via NHibernate

· Planning effectively for the presentation layer and UI testing

· Designing for Dependency Injection, Aspect Orientation, and other new paradigms

 

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Contents

Bridging Gaps
Background
A Head Start on Patterns
TDD and Refactoring
Applying DDD
Model
Moving Further with DomainDriven Design
Preparing for Infrastructure
Applying PoEAA
Mapper
Putting NHibernate into Action
NHibernate and DDD
Scaling Services
Framework
Focus on the
Appendices

Lets Build the Fake Mechanism
Let the Rules Rule
Persistence
Catalog of Discussed Patterns
References
Index

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About the author (2006)

Jimmy Nilsson owns and runs the Swedish consulting company JNSK AB. He has written numerous technical articles and two books. He has also been training and speaking at conferences, but above everything else, he is a developer with almost 20 years of experience (www.jnsk.se/weblog/).

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