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

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Addison-Wesley, 2006 - Computers - 528 pages
Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns is the first complete, practical guide to leveraging patterns, domain-driven design, and test-driven development in .NET environments. Drawing on seminal work by Martin Fowler and Eric Evans, Jimmy Nilsson shows how to customize real-world architectures for any .NET application. You'll learn how to prepare domain models for application infrastructure; support business rules; provide persistence support; plan for the presentation layer and UI testing; and design for service orientation or aspect orientation. Nilsson illuminates each principle with clear, well-annotated code examples based on C# 2.0, .NET 2.0, and SQL Server 2005. His examples will be valuable both to C# developers and those working with other .NET languages and databases -- or even with other platforms, such as J2EE.

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The content is not as well-organized as the original ddd books. Simple ideas are not clearly explained, while important concepts are made even more confusing. I would recommend anyone go straight to read the eric evan's DDD instead of wasting money on this book.

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The Initial part was very impressive. But he sort of starts to discuss so many options and try to pick a simple solution and all of a sudden starts discussing some advanced concepts. I couldnt quite ... Read full review

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Bridging Gaps
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Values to Value 3
A Head Start on Patterns 47
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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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