Category: DDD

#Podcast – NTN 32 – .Net Core y el estado de algunas herramientas de desarrollo al día de hoy

#Podcast – NTN 32 – .Net Core y el estado de algunas herramientas de desarrollo al día de hoy

Hola ! Hoy vuelvo a hablar con Juan Luis Guerrero (@JuanLuElGuerre), y esta vez para que me comente como está llevando una nueva aventura en Sevilla. Lo interesante de esta experiencia, es que está utilizando muchas tecnologías “nuevas” y tiene un punto de vista particular sobre la mismas. En otras palabras, hace un rato largo […]

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#Podcast – NTN 31 – Sharing some experiences working with Domain Driven Design #DDD

#Podcast – NTN 31 – Sharing some experiences working with Domain Driven Design #DDD

Hi ! Another podcast episode with an amazing group of guests: Modesto San Juan (@mssanjuan), Sergio Leon, (@panicoenlaxbox) and Sergio Navarro Pino (@snavarropino). This time, the main topic is Domain Driven Design. Yes DDD, those 3 amazing letters which promised to be the end of all our software development problems a couple of years ago. […]

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#Podcast – NTN 31 – Algunas experiencias y opiniones sobre Domain Driven Design #DDD

#Podcast – NTN 31 – Algunas experiencias y opiniones sobre Domain Driven Design #DDD

Hola ! Otro episodio grupal con la colaboración de Modesto San Juan (@mssanjuan), Sergio Leon, (@panicoenlaxbox) y Sergio Navarro Pino (@snavarropino) para hablar un poco de Domain Driven Design. Si DDD, esas 3 letras que durante un tiempo prometieron solucionar todos los problemas en el mundo de desarrollo y que ahora, después del hype, comienzan […]

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#Podcast -About Software Architect, Design, MicroServices and how to stay focus (and 40º fever as a plus !) Spanish

#Podcast -About Software Architect, Design, MicroServices and how to stay focus (and 40º fever as a plus !) Spanish

Hi ! New podcast, we are in number 19 and this one, with some great professionals: JuanMa (@gulnor) and Omar Del Valle (@omarvr72). And we scheduled ourselves to talked a little about Software Architects. That was the initial idea, however when I added my 40º fever, we move the conversation to another set of topics: ¿Are the Software Architects bad […]

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#Podcast -Sobre Arquitecturas, diseños, MicroServicios y ser un poco realistas (con 40º de fiebre que siempre ayuda!)

#Podcast -Sobre Arquitecturas, diseños, MicroServicios y ser un poco realistas (con 40º de fiebre que siempre ayuda!)

Hola ! Nuevo episodio, ya el número 19 y esta vez tengo la suerte de estar con JuanMa (@gulnor) y con Omar Del Valle (@omarvr72) para hablar un poco sobre Arquitectura de Software. En realidad esa era la idea inicial, cuando le sumé mis 40º de fiebre pues salieron otros temas que han sido bastante […]

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Identifying aggregates

Identifying aggregates

An aggregate is particular kind of entity so first of all we need to know whether the model is an entity or a value object. Once we know it’s an entity let’s figure out whether it is an aggregate. A transaction should modify a single aggregate instance so the repositories should work with aggregates when […] Sigue leyendo

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What is a ViewModel?

What is a ViewModel?

A ViewModel is one of the three parts that comprises the MVVM (Model View View-Model). This pattern is a variation of the Presentation Model (M. Fowler). In the Presentation Model, as opposed to Passive View, the “controller” doesn’t hold any reference to the view – and it isn’t called “controller” but “Presentation Model”. The View is […] Sigue leyendo

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DTO vs Domain Models – Part II

DTO vs Domain Models – Part II

As we learn more about the business and the domain we are taking the time to improve the design of the software. The first handful of features have been deployed into production, now it’s a good time to measure, gather more feedback and redesign. In Par I, we exposed some of the difficulties we were […] Sigue leyendo

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Refactoring towards a meaningful domain model

Refactoring towards a meaningful domain model

Today has been a special day. Not because it’s my 34th Birthday which I never really celebrate (although I do appreciate all the greetings and warm words from all my friends and family!) but because I’ve had the pleasure to spend the day working with Carlos Peix for the first time. Carlos is a well-known […] Sigue leyendo

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DTO vs Domain Models

DTO vs Domain Models

A Data Transfer Object (DTO) is an object intended to carry data, for example between the client and the server or between the UI and the domain layer. It exposes fields or properties (getters and setters) publicly. Sometimes a DTO could be seen as an anemic model. DTOs are mostly used out of the hexagon, […] Sigue leyendo

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