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Exploring Domain Driven Design Implementation Patterns in .NET, Part 2/2

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Steve Bohlen is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft, having over 20 years of experience as a former practicing Architect, CAD Manager, IT Technologist, Software Engineer, CTO, and consultant. Steve contributes to NHibernate, Spring.NET, Common.Logging, NDbUnit, Common.Logging, and others. He speaks publicly, blogs, and is the author of several screencast on Agile and ALT.NET.

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Dec 11, 2015

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  • Part 1?

    by bogdan calmac /

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    If this is part 2, where is part 1?

  • Re: Part 1?

    by Andrey Shtukaturov /

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  • What are the bounded contexts in this sample?

    by Kevin Krac /

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    I don't quite see what a bounded context is in the Sample project shown in this video.
    As per M Fowler's link: martinfowler.com/bliki/BoundedContext.html
    a context is a small portion of the domain.
    In the sample I see a separation per layer (Sample.Domain and Sample.Infrastructure) but I don't see a clear separation per domain context.

  • The slides to download are from the first part!

    by Richard Dür /

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    Can I everywhere download the slides from the second part?

  • Re: The slides to download are from the first part!

    by Roxana Bacila /

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    Hi Richard,
    Yes, the slides can be downloaded. Please see the Slides button right under the video. You just have to be logged into your InfoQ account to be able to download them.
    We hope this helps,
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  • Re: The slides to download are from the first part!

    by Richard Dür /

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    Hi Roxana,
    thank you for your answer. But the downloaded file shows the slides of the first part (not the second part).

  • Re: The slides to download are from the first part!

    by Roxana Bacila /

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    Hi Richard,
    The slide deck contains both parts of this presentation: slides 1-41 are for Part 1 and slides 42-72 are for Part 2.
    Hope this helps,
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  • Re: The slides to download are from the first part!

    by Richard Dür /

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    Hi Roxana,
    perfect. Thank you!

  • Re: Code

    by Yazid Arezki /

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    Excellent talk, any chance of getting a copy of the code ?

    Thx
    Yaz

  • DDD .net core preview 2 sample

    by César Castro /

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    Hi Steve Bohlen, I'm César Castro, please see my latest project in .dotnet core preview 2 called DDD Anemic Monolithic N-LayeredArchitecture with .Net Core Preview 2 github.com/cesarcastrocuba/nlayerappv3, its the newest version of N-LayeredArchitecture created by César de la Torre. If you want to collaborate/improve this project stay in touch with me in cesar_castro_cuba@msn.com.

  • Re: Code

    by Nikolaj Trosin /

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    github.com/sbohlen/talks

    What interesting is that abstract class IdentityPersistenceBase there does not have implementations like it was shown on this talk...

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