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Domain Driven Design–Structuring your applications

There are a lot of options out there on how you should structure your DDD projects. Although DDD gives you a clear explanation of the different building blocks, it doesn’t prescribe any particular project setup or structure.

So this leaves it up to you (and everyone else) to create a structure that works for you. A possible setup I used before can be found below:

It is inspired on the blog articles below:

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 1 - Basics

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 2 - Domain events

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 3 - Specification Pattern

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 4 - Infrastructure

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 5 - Domain Service

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 6 - Application Services

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Part 7 - Read Model Services

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), My Top 5 Best Practices

Applied Domain-Driven Design (DDD), Event Logging & Sourcing For Auditing

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