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Did or will anyone use Domain Driven Design approach in Part 2

 
ray livia
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As to title, in Part 2, I am concerned which approach will be the better as entry point? Based on DDD or tradictional database driven approach. It seems DDD will take me quite a lot learning curve.

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giuseppe fanuzzi
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what about Use case driven approach (RUP)?!
Start from use cases and go on until analysis and design classes.
I think that a "domain driven model" is a "business use case driven model" where business classes are directly mapped in design classes, within a "domain layer".
So, they will not be translated into Entity Classes, but wrapped in.
 
ray livia
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Will most people stick in one approach or combine several? My initial draft is based on my current experience and knowledge. I am just concern if there is some standard approach (RUP, DDD, etc) and I want to learn more from that to refresh my knowledge.
 
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