Questions tagged [ddd]

Domain driven design (abbreviated as DDD) is a design methodology that focuses on the domain. What is an object and what is an attribute is determined by their place in the real world.

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Countable and uncountable sets in .NET (clean version)

Sorry, it used to be some retired garbage in Countable and uncountable sets. Now and here it is clean. P.S. I would not like to say that this stuff is about to replace functional programming :) No, ...
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Countable and uncountable sets in .NET (IEnumerable and Predicate)

There is a full featured support of countable sets in .NET: IEnumerable<T>. What about uncountable sets; sets defined by predicate? How can they be ...
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Implementing a domain model

My domain model consists mostly of simple DTOs, i.e. 'Data Transfer Objects' which this article distinguishes from 'Plain Old C# Objects', like this one: ...
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Condition class

Up-to-date version: Countable and uncountable sets in .NET (IEnumerable and Predicate). Here is my own predicate class; it is equipped with some operators. Demo: ...
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IEnumerable and Predicate sets in .NET

GitHub Repository Previously: Countable and uncountable sets in .NET (clean version). Thesis There is a full featured support of countable sets in .NET: ...
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Countable and uncountable sets in .NET (set operators, demo)

Up-to-date version: IEnumerable and Predicate Sets in .NET (Complete, Explained). Previously: Countable and uncountable sets in .NET (clean version). Disclaimer: Please do not interpret my attempts ...